Monday, March 7, 2016 | 6 – 9 p.m. on the NCNM Campus
THIS CLASS HAS SOLD OUT.
Join the Traditional Roots Institute and herbalist Nome McBride for the second event in our ongoing Hands-On Medicine Evenings (HOME) series!
We’ll use herbs and other kitchen staples to make a healthy, great-tasting, full-spectrum vitamin syrup. Nome will guide us in the art of extracting and concentrating minerals, vitamins and powerful adaptive compounds from some of his favorite nutritional herbs. These techniques will inspire you to create your own personalized formulas, while experiencing the richness held deep within the plants. This lab-based class will include practical information and anecdotes. Bring your own 8-ounce jar to take some of our blend home with you. Class size is limited and early registration is encouraged.
About the presenter:
Nome McBride is a naturalist and herbalist, dedicated to preserving ancient wisdom by incorporating it into contemporary culture. Nome co-founded the Northwest Sustainable Wildcrafter’s Guild to guide sustainable and ethical wildcrafting in the Pacific Northwest. He also is a cofounder and a faculty member at the Institute of Contemporary Ethnobotany (ICE), a teaching institution dedicated to connecting people, plants and place.
Early-bird pricing ends February 22, 2016.
Healthcare providers: $60 early-bird; $80 general
Public: $50 early-bird; $65 general
Full-time students (with ID): $15 early-bird; $25 general