Our Next Event:

August 18, 2021

TOPIC: Botany Plant Walk: Herbalism in Eco Restoration

SPEAKER: Sara Nelson
LOCATION: 3245 19th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN
TIME: 7:00-8:30 PM

Attendance: lottery selection (more info to come)


In this plant walk/talk we’ll take a close look at some native prairie plants that grow well in the city and discuss what herbalists should know about native plant communities, including why herbalists are critical to efforts to preserve biodiversity. We’ll also talk about commonly used medicinal plants that are invasive and how to take proper care to keep from spreading invasive plants.

A little bit about Sara…

Sara Nelson took a temporary detour from herbalism to study Conservation Science at the U of M, where she is a master’s student. She has worked as a field botanist for the Minnesota Biological Survey, studied tropical ethnobotany in Costa Rica, created the zine Weeds of Minneapolis, serves as the cacao farmer liaison for Squash Blossom Farm Chocolate, and is the founder of the Corcoran Pollinator Project, a neighborhood group dedicated to creating urban pollinator habitat.

NOTE:  A limited number of people will be allowed to attend this event.  We will be using the lottery format to select those eligible to attend.

Monthly lectures are from 7:00 to 8:30PM. There is a suggested donation of $5, but the lecture is free for members. You can join or donate HERE.


The Matthew Wood Institute of Herbalism is offering a special 25% discount on classes and monthly subscriptions for North Country Herbalist Guild members!  There is no limit as to how many times you can use it.

Don’t miss this opportunity to dive into your herbal studies this year, at a bargain price!

Use discount code: NCHG2021
This offer expires on 12/31/2021

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Book Club

Our next book is The Language of Plants by Julia Graves

Find more information HERE.

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Thanks to those who joined in the discussion of The Wholistic Healing Guide to Cannabis, by Tammy Sweet.

North Country Herbalist Guild welcomes your participation.