Join us on Sunday, May 13th (Mother's Day) for a powerful discussion all about honing our outdoor nature awareness and survival skills. As wild women, being in Nature is part of what keeps us alive. For many of us, this means being alone outdoors to steep ourselves in the experience.
Come on out for a hands-on demonstration of how you too can brew kombucha right at home. Participants take home kombucha starter kit and thorough instructions for every step, from beginning your batch, to fermenting it, to bottling/flavoring your own, and keeping a continuous brew for repeat batches! I will discuss what kombucha is, and the many benefits of drinking it!
The last weekend before the Spring Equinox graces us with its presence. These walks have no specific end-times set, assuming we will go until we are ready to leave:-)
Sunday's walk may vary in chosen route, depending on how Saturday's walk goes.
RSVP through meetup.com or through email at BlueHeronNatureSkills@gmail.com
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Today at 1pm! Stop on out, and I will take you through the steps of creating your very own batch of cider right at home. You will get to see first-hand how it's made, and you will leave armed with an awesome recipe packet to make it at home too! You don't want to take on winter without it!
Elderberry syrup is one of the easiest remedies we can make right at home. And it will often last well into the next year, lest we not use it all! This class will be fun and informative as always! Attendees will take home 1-2oz bottle of syrup and recipe to make it at home! $15 covers all ingredient costs + worksheets.
This Halloween weekend adventure is NOT to be missed!!! There will be something offered for everyone! We'll have two 3-hour plant walks each day of the weekend, and we'll be camping Saturday night at Laurel Hill State Park!
Come on out for a hands-on demonstration of how you too can brew kombucha right at home. $20/person includes kombucha starter kit and thorough instructions for every step, from beginning your batch, to fermenting it, to bottling/flavoring your own, and keeping a continuous brew for repeat batches! I will discuss what kombucha is, andthe many benefits of drinking it!
Join us the weekend of Saturday, April 16 - Sunday, April 17th for a Nature Skills & Foraging event. This is a jam-packed event! Click the thumbnail image for more details!
This is a winter class series occurring every Wednesday evening throughout the month of March. Click for more details!
This is a winter class series occurring every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the winter. Each class, we'll discuss the many plants available through the winter, but we will focus on one at a time per session. Feel free to join in at any time!
Kombucha is a fermented beverage that contains live probiotic cultures, enzymes, and other healthy nutrients for our bodies. These cultures have shown to improve our digestion, detoxify our bodies, and provide us with balanced energy. It has been used both historically and currently for helping people prevent and diminish cancer in the body and serves as an excellent (and delicious) means of protecting us from many other dis-eases. Come learn more about it with me!
Check out these classes in September at Sunny Bridge! Buy one get one half off if you register now on the drop-down menu! There will also be a raffle giveaway after 4pm, with a few goodies from each class! Don't miss your chance to start the Fall out healthy and feeling good!
In this class, I will take you through the very simple process of making your own all-natural summer beauty care products, right at home! Get ready to save money, look and feel great, and maybe help to restore our hair and skin after a fun summer out in the sun and water.
Sitting humbly in the valley below and across from the over-sized Upper St. Clair Recreation Center on Mayview Road, Wingfield Pines has been damaged and polluted since the 40's when the area was strip-mined for coal. On this walk, I will explain to anyone who hasn't been here before just how the filtration system is put to use, and we will (as always!) explore which plants and wildlife are native to this neck of the woods.