Native Herbs of Sage Scrub Chaparral

Date: Saturday, July 1, 2017

Time: 10:00AM - 12:00PM

Instructor: Emily Sanders

Location: Blaksley Library and Garden Grounds

Space Available

Please register at the door

Medicinal and edible plants of the sage scrub chaparral plant community are featured in this morning Garden ramble. Explore the Garden with herbalist Emily Sanders: move your body, breathe, and reconnect with nature. Learn the folk, medicinal, and culinary uses of herbs, trees, and shrubs that grow in our own wild backyard. Safe plant identification and ethical wild crafting are taught, along with easy-to-make herbal remedies for everyday ailments.


Image of Emily SandersCertified Clinical Herbalist, Certified Clinical Nutritionist, Certified Massage Therapist

Emily Sanders has been studying herbal medicine and holistic healing since 2009 and is passionate about connecting people to their local plant allies.  Emily believes that the magic of the plants comes from the connections we have with them.  As herbs are used to heal people, people in turn help heal the plants by growing gardens and protecting ecosystems. 

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Emily's Upcoming Classes at the Garden

Botany/Natural History