Due to the church courtyard construction we will use the northeast door of the education building, this is located on 34th avenue. Look for our sign!
Thank you, the NCHG
"Kitchen Remedies" with Kathy Tran
on Wednesday, August 2
Kathy will show us how some of the common herbs and spices you may already have in your kitchen can be use to heal us and taste great!! We will get some new ideas on putting together some awesome recipes and at the same time doing good for our bodies. Kathy will show us how to make Fire Cider, why it's so healing, and some other folk remedies.
We will serve one of her favorite recipes for a cold, Lemon Ginger tea with cayenne pepper. And Matthew Wood's recipe for cucumber water. Sounds refreshing doesn't it
Kathy Tran, a woman of many interests, added herbs to her lifelong passions several years ago. She is also a graphic designer, artist, puppeteer and mom. She got sucked into the herbal rabbit hole after a hike with an herbalist in Northern Minnesota. It lead her on a tangent that has been life changing. She has studied with some amazing and inspirational teachers: Lise Wolf, Francis Bonaldo, Erin Piorier and Matthew Wood.
February 1, 2017
The NCHG Guild will present Exploring Bitters
March 1, 2017
The Menstrual Cycle and Flower Essences with Loey Colbeck
April 5, 2017
Spring Edibles with Jessie Belden
May 3, 2017
The Naming of Plants with Judith Sims
June 7, 2017
The Earthwise Herbal Repertory with Matthew Wood
August 2, 2017
Kitchen Medicine and Folk Remedies with Kathy Tran
September 6, 2017
All About Medicinal ROOTS with Angela Campbell
October 4, 2017
Breast Health Promotion with Katherine Krumwiede
November 1, 2017
Essential Oils for Health and Wellness with Terra Johnson
December 6, 2017
Ask the Herbalist – Panel Discussion with local herbalists
Plus Our Annual Silent Auction
Dear NCHG members,
My boyfriend is a metalworker based in St. Paul and he's making a small batch of high quality tincture presses to sell to other members of the herbal community.
The presses will be 3" diameter x 3.5" tall, about 4 oz.- 8 oz. capacity, and the components are all food-grade stainless steel. The price is $100 and the presses will be ready by the end of January. Below are photos and video of the first prototype — the final version will have a few modifications including a welded top piece and a squatter shape. Please let me know if you might be interested in purchasing one, or if you have any questions — you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks! Sara Nelson,
the historic Eero Saarinen designed
Christ Church Lutheran [google map]
3244 34th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55406
Enter the 1962 addition building and go down the stairs to the basement.
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