We create a safe and fun experiential learning environment for participants to delve into the world of plant medicine. Through a collaborative interdisciplinary process, we empower participants with the tools to connect with themselves, each other, and the natural world. We are firmly rooted in the principles of feminism, social justice, and land stewardship.


What to expect

Our staff-to-participant ratio is capped at 1:4. Each day begins at 10a and ends at 2p. We will provide plants, water, and herbal infusions but kids are expected to bring their own lunch. On the final day of the workshop, parents are invited to join us for the last two hours for a student presentation.

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Who should participate

Kids ages 9-12 who are interested in farming, botany, herbal medicine, and protecting the earth. Participants should be prepared to spend most of the day outside. This is a queer-trans-nonbianary-friendly space.


who we are

We are farmers, herbalists, educators, and activists! Between us we have over 20 years of educational experience, 10 seasons farming, a certification in mediation, 500 hours of herbal medicine training, and a masters degree in mental health counseling.