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Wild Plants of Spring: a wildflower field trip, herbal workshop and edible landscape

Regular price $124
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Time

7:00pm-10:00pm

Location

Annex

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About

Wild Plants is a seasonal series offered by Sasha Emoniee, a California born herbalist, artist, and Earth guide whose offerings are rooted in being in reciprocity with the land wherever you are. Wild Plants was created to offer experiences that encourage people to interact with the Earth through all of the senses and to reclaim Los Angeles as the nature centered space that it always has been.

 

Part I: April 26th, TBD

Wild Plants of Spring will begin with a springtime wildflower hike amongst the woodlands, canyons, and meadows where we will identify native and naturalized medicinal plants that grow in Los Angeles in the season of renewal and bloom. With each plant that is identified, guests will learn about the appearance, habitat, collecting technique, and edible or medicinal uses of each plant. This is an opportunity to commune in nature with one another, to familiarize ourselves with the land we live on, and build a relationship of knowledge and reciprocity with the wild world around us.

 

The hike portion of the workshop will be between 1-2 hours of walking/hiking and is welcome to all, beginner or seasoned hikers. Location and details of the hike will be provided by Sasha after signing up.

 

The hike portion of this 2 part workshop is encouraged, but not mandatory. Please reach out to admin@teaatshiloh.com if you are only attending the second part of the workshop at the Annex.

 

Part II: April 29th, 7pm-10pm

The multi-sensory journey will continue at our Annex where we will bring the experience we gathered in nature and dive deeper into the wisdom of the herbs.

 

We will begin our evening by tuning into the energy of Spring and sitting in guided plant spirit + herbal tea meditations for five of our Spring plants. We will continue through our senses of touch, smell, and sight with fresh herbs, herb incense, hydrosols, and finally our sense of taste while enjoying an intricate and intentionally herbal-infused grazing board.

 

The evening will end with a presentation on the history, energetics, and medicinal properties of each herb.

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