- October 30, 2021
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
|Early Bird Registration (register early and save!)||$55.00 (USD)||Sold Out|
|Registration||$70.00 (USD)||Sold Out|
Join us for this hands-on class and learn about the sacred and sensual tasting of tea, sustainable foraging and how to make tea from ingredients you can collect from foraging in nature(even in the middle of winter) and from your garden!
You’ll be able to create teas using raspberry leaf, mint, lemon balm, marigold flowers, sumac, coneflower/echinacea, rose hips, yarrow, dried crab apples and other dried fruits, tulsi, basil blue spice, goldenrod, feverfew, hyssop, sweet marjoram, lemon thyme, blueberry leaves, chaga, birch twigs, cedar, and more!
We’ll also learn about sustainable foraging, and how to make tea from ingredients you can collect from foraging in nature, and from your garden!
You will go home with the knowledge of how to identify and collect native and cultivated herbs and fruits; proper drying and preserving methods; and medicinal benefits of different tea blends. You’ll also go home with 15 tea bags, a tin for storage, and handouts on foraging, the history of tea and medicinal benefits and beneficial tea blends. Organic dried teas, fruits, tea bags and all supplies will be provided.
You can make your own tea blends for reducing stress, headache relief, sleeping better, and immune support.
You’ll also have the opportunity to sample some of Debbie’s favorite home-brewed tea!
This class is open for any skill level
Best for Ages…
13 and older
You should bring…
Just bring yourself!
Venue: Duluth Folk School Library
Note: The Library is up one flight of stairs, and is not handicapped accessible.