Presented by: Tricia McCauley of Leafyhead Lotions & Potions
A Garden Party Workshop
April 2nd, 3-4pm
Many medicinal herbs are easy to grow in your garden. Discover which ones grow in this area, what conditions they need, and how to use them to support your health. Learn the healing powers of some common kitchen herbs, plus more exotic plants like Holy basil, passionflower, and applemint. Bring your questions!
Tricia McCauley holds a Master’s Degree in Herbal Medicine. A gardener, urban farmer, and herbalist, she uses the plants she grows to create her Leafyhead Lotions and Potions and District Devil products. Tricia has been the resident herbalist at Common Good City Farm for 7 seasons; she is also a licensed nutritionist and a yoga teacher. She is passionate about connecting plants and people.
For more information about Leafyhead Lotions and Potions and District Devil, please visit www.leafyhead.com.
Remember, all of our workshops are free and open to the public. If you would like to reserve a seat, please RSVP on our Eventbrite page. Walk-ins are always welcome and you can still join us even if the event’s registration is full; RSVPs just guarantee you a place to sit for our most popular classes.
Stay tuned as we introduce you to our partners and highlight new and exciting Garden Party details that you won’t want to miss! To keep up with all of our workshop, music, and event details leading up to the big day, please subscribe to the Forklift blog below. You can also visit our 7th annual Garden Party webpage for more information. We’ll see you there!