Let’s go on an herb walk! Today we’ll get to listen in on herbalist Suzanne Tabert as she goes in-depth on the wonderful plant ally, Hawthorn.
Suzanne is an herbalist, wildcrafter and the founder and director of the Cedar Mountain Herb School located in Bothell, WA.
She’s also adjunct faculty at Bastyr University, a member of the American Herbalists Guild, and has been teaching herbalism for thirty years now.
Suzanne and the Cedar Mountain Herb School offers both an intensive apprenticeship, as well as individual workshops.
Registration for the 2019 apprenticeship starts in mid-October, so be sure to stay in contact with Suzanne.
She’ll also be teaching throughout the winter this year, so be sure to check out the workshop calendar.
Thanks to Suzanne for sharing this herbal wisdom with us! And thanks to y’all for listening.
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