More Medicinal Plants of the Midwest (100-06-03-18)
Sunday, June 3, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Matthew Alfs, Clinical Herbalist (R.H.), Founder of Midwest Herbs and Healing, Author
Whether you were at Matt’s class last fall and are hankering for more information, or are new to medicinal plants of the Midwest, you will not want to miss this expert as he shares more on the fascinating connection between plants and medicine. Although many of us are familiar with herbal superstars like echinacea, ginkgo, hawthorn, garlic, turmeric and ginger, other wild plants found in the Midwest, even your backyard, possesses remarkable healing powers. Learn how to separate fact from fiction, and see how the experts effectively use wild plants, from plant identification to proper collection and preparation methods. You and other plant enthusiasts will be captivated as you delve into the art and science of medicinal plants, and will leave with a deeper respect for the positive impact plants have on our lives.
Limit 22, Oswald Visitor Center - Teaching Classroom
$35 member/$50 non-member, includes Arboretum admission