Upcoming Classes & Workshops 
 Spring and Summer 2016
We are happy to offer our spring and summer Medicinal Plant Walks in Rock Meadow, Belmont and on beautiful land in Lincoln. This year, we are excited to introduce a Plant Walk, Foraging, Cooking and Feasting class on Saturday, June 11 in Lincoln. Please see below for more information.

Green Blessings,
Madelon Hope

The Boston School of Herbal Studies 
12 Pelham Terrace 
Arlington, MA 02476 
We also accept PayPal, MasterCard and Visa. 
For further information call 781.646.6319
or email: herbstudies@gmail.com 
Medicinal Plant Walk
Sunday, May 15, Rock Meadow, Belmont. $15, Children are free
Patrice Green, Herbal Educator, Flower Essence Practitioner
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Learn to identify healing plants in our area. Medicinal plants are everywhere - in our backyards, along the streets we walk, and in open spaces all around us. We will look at plants ranging from the familiar: dandelion and violet to the less well known: motherwort, burdock, cleavers, ground ivy and celandine. You will learn which parts of the plants are used medicinally and how they nourish us and support health.

Directions to Rock Meadow

From Route 2, get off at exit 59, (Route 60 - Arlington and Belmont Centers). Turn onto Route 60 (Pleasant Street) headed toward Belmont center. Continue until you come to the third traffic light at Concord Avenue. Turn right on Concord Avenue and go up and down a large hill. At the bottom of the hill, bear left at the Colony gas station and turn left onto Mill Street. You will go less than a quarter of a mile and will see a sign on the right for Rock Meadow. Turn right onto a road leading to a small parking lot by the entrance.
Plant Walk, Foraging, Cooking and Feasting
Saturday, June 11, 1:00-3:00 p.m. $25
45 Trapelo Rd., Lincoln
Natalie DeNormandie , Herbal Ecologist and Landscape Architect and Karina Hines, Professional Chef, Forager and Herbal Educator
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Please join us for a foraging walk along meadows, wetlands and gardens on several acres of lush land in Lincoln. Natalie and Karina will be sharing information on how to identify and forage for medicinal plants. You will learn how to prepare and cook delicious wild and cultivated herbs. Everyone will have the opportunity to feast on what has been foraged. You will also learn about the healing actions of these plants and gain greater understanding of food as medicine.

    Shamanic Plant Journeying 
June 14, July 12, August 9
6:15-9:30 p.m. $25 
 4 Minebrook Rd., Lincoln, MA 
Tommy Priester, Clinical Herbalist
Experience how the physical and spiritual energies of a plant affect all levels of being. Participants meet the physical plant, experience the tincture and open to the energies of the flower essence. Through drumming and guided meditation, we make contact with plant wisdom for our own personal healing and the healing of the earth. This is a workshop for beginning and intermediate herbalists as well for those who want to learn more about shamanic journeying.