We will meet at Taos Herb Co. at 8:30 AM and will depart from there no later than 9:00 AM. Please be on time!
We will carpool to save gas and keep the group together. We will return to Taos Herb Company around 3:00pm.
Do bring rain gear as rain rarely holds up an herb walk.
If you would like to do some harvesting yourself, you should bring:
This workshop promises to give you a rare opportunity to see common herbs growing in the wild, and to learn their uses and methods of extraction. Rob guides participants into forests and high deserts to locate such herbs as osha, poleo, arnica, nettles, mullein, valerian, burdock, and vervain.
Methods of ethical harvesting, drying and processing of wild medicinal and edible plants will be covered.
|Arnica and other beautiful plants like Yarrow, Mullein, Aspen, barberry and Uva Ursi grow wild in the Rocky Mountains.|