Would you like a discount towards a class with Nine Sisters Botanicals?
I am beginning to plan our Autumn Class Schedule and I would love to offer classes that are exciting for you and meet your scheduling needs. Please take my short survey so I can learn more about you and tailor our class offerings for our special community!
I will offer a $10 discount towards a class of your choosing to anyone who fully fills out this form. Simply click the link below! Thank you!
Join us tomorrow, Thursday June 20th, from 6-8pm at Night Hawk Art and Healing Collective in central Laytonville for a hands on class on crafting infused oils and salves using a variety of methods!
Tonight’s class at The Muse on Herbs for Vibrant Digestion was canceled due to lack of pre-registrants. If you or your friends are interested in taking this class in the future, please reach out!
Join in on our monthly class series with various practitioners from the Mendocino Herb Guild!
Discounts available for Herb Guild members. Sign up for membership here! Pre-registration recommended for all classes, and drop-ins are also welcome.
Luna Hart will be leading us with Stepping into Spring with Grace on April 17th. Don’t miss this lovely class!
I’ll be offering Herbs and Practices for Vibrant Digestion on June 19th – Sign up here!
The kind folks at Emerald Pharms Dispensary, the world’s first solar powered cannabis dispensary and located on the grounds of the epically beautiful Solar Living Institute in Hopland, invited me to visit and chat with customers on Saturday March 16th, from Noon-4pm, about what I love most – herbs! I’ll be cooking up some yummy herbal concoctions featuring turmeric for y’all to try. Hope to see you there!
I’m stoked to share an interview I had with Hope Najjar that was published on HerbRally!
Click here to listen—> Interview on HerbRally
Meet Hope Najjar – a born and raised Californian with Chicana and Lebanese roots with incredible energy and clear vision. Hope is opening Night Hawk Art and Healing Collective in our tiny town of Laytonville, part of the Eel River watershed in rural inland Mendocino County of far northern California. The Night Hawk Collective has goals as lofty as its name sake, and hopes to serve as a community hub, empowering the community through sharing traditional methods of healing and promoting self-care.
This community is on a precipice after over 5 years of historic drought and water crises, concurrent with historic fires (including the Mendocino Complex, the largest fire in California history), ecological fracturing, threatened extinction of our local salmon and collapse of local fisheries, and severe and sudden economic decline due to the third economic boom and bust cycle in the region’s history of extractive industries (in the past few decades we’ve experienced the collapse of the logging, fisheries, and cannabis production industries). Amidst all this, Hope is part of a generation of young folk here working hard to cultivate a community resilient enough to survive the current and future changes we face.
So listen with me, and join the movement for sustainable, enthusiastic, loving, creative culture and community as we traverse through the unknown and unpredictable experience that is our current time.