Where: MERA Schoolhouse 974 Concession 9A Dalhousie, McDonalds Corners
When: March 3, 2018 10-4pm
Cost: $90 (includes 2 tinctures to help treat tick bites)
Steven Martyn (M.A. (traditional plant use) of The Sacred Gardener is offering a day long workshop focused on making a customized herbal protocol for Lyme disease and its co-infections.
Come learn the detailed preparation and dosage of over twenty herbs (mostly local) needed in the treatment of severe or chronic lyme,...
May 19, 2018
Instructors: Megan Spencer and Steven Martyn
This is the first of Megan and Steven series of one-day Forage and Feast events. This is a dream day, for Foodies, Wild Food enthusiasts and people into practicing Traditional Skills. We will meet in the morning, after the night’s dew has been offered to the sun. Then we’ll walk to wild land, learn about wild plants and forage till noon. We’ll come back to have a served, local, wild infused, organic lunch. In the afternoon, we’...
Ignatius Jesuit Centre
This workshop is aimed at giving the participant an opening into another more ancient way of gardening and working with the Earth. As an example of this way Steven holds up Indigenous gardening, which he calls (sacred gardening). Sacred gardening has a very different set of agendas and methodologies than the Western forms of gardening that came to North America via Europe. Different even than Biodynamic or Permaculture. What this more ancient way o...
June 29–July 2, 2018
Instructor: Steven Martyn
This course is aimed at re-introducing you to your lost relations, the Herbal Healers! Whether you’re a trained herbalist or a beginner, you may have never met these herbal Kings and Queens in their own realm; never seen and experienced them in their summer glory. This workshop focuses on a traditional folk practice of shamanistic healing with plants.
When we experience the plants in this way, we come to see that their physical attributes embody...
July 26-29, 2018
The Sacred Gardener Farm and The Madawaska Forest Garden
In this three day intensive workshop Participants will experience first hand the remote Indigenous forest garden on the Madawaska River. This garden is based on the Native gardening practice of using successional polyculture. The Madawaska Forest garden is almost twenty years old, and very few people have ever seen it. The other central parts of the workshop take place on more familiar terrain; the farms old fields.
September 8, 2018
10 am to 5 pm
This is the second of Megan and Steven’s series of one-day Forage and Feast events. This is a dream day, for Foodies, Wild Food enthusiasts and people into practicing Traditional Skills. We will meet in the morning, after the night’s dew has been offered to the sun. Then we’ll walk to wild land, learn about wild plants and forage till noon. We’ll come back to have a served, local, wild infused, organic lunch. In the afternoon, we’ll focus on ...