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What are the Weeds in Your Yard? Class with Gather and Grace at Spruce Hill Farm - June 20th

Learn about 20 herbs that are commonly found in backyards and our community spaces. Discover their hidden medicinal uses. We will also discuss safe harvesting, processing of herbs and how to utilize them

About this experience

Classes held at the beautiful picturesque Spruce Hill Equestrian Farms next to the Gateway Trailside in Stillwater.

Meet and check in at the Mercantile 5:00pm where the Nostalgic Trolley will pick you up promptly at 5:30pm. 

Enjoy the 10 minute ride through Stillwater to the rolling beautiful hills of Spruce Hill Farms.

You will meet with your Artisan where you will create your craft, enjoy a delicious meal and drink prepared by Gateway Trailside.



Th journey back to Stillwater, hop on the Trolley where it will take you to the Mercantile. 

 

The Class - 


The class will be completed in two sections starting with class inside and finishing with an herbal walk to identify some of the herbs we’ve discussed.


Expect to be in class for about 2 hours with a meal break in the middle.


Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear for walking.  The herbal walking portion of the class could be canceled and/or rescheduled due to inclement weather.


Your Host

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My name is Stephanie Davis , I have been a Minnesotan my entire life and have been living in
Grant, Mn for the past 6 years. I am a Western and Integrated Herbalist graduate of the Midwest
School of Herbal Studies. I’m currently building up my herbal and gardening consulting with a
focus on native plants and herbs. With over 20 years of experience in gardening, I practice both
organic and permaculture approaches. I grow and wildcraft herbs that I make into tinctures,
teas, salves, soaps, and more to help others find a connection to plant allies that help aid them
to be their healthiest selves. I strive to help others regain their own health through the use of
herbs and interacting with nature. I'm extremely passionate about educating others on herbs,
organic gardening, seed saving, edible yard landscapes, plant preservation, ethical wildcrafting,
protecting our natural environment, and healing oneself through our connection to nature.