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YGP Community Workshop Series: The Cultivation and Preparation of Five Essential Herbs
May 30 | 5:00 pmFree
Join us in YGP’s garden and kitchen for this two-part informational series led by herbalist Emily Stock of Sundial Medicinals. Five essential household herbs will be explored in depth: how to grow them, when to use them, and how to harvest them. Each herb will have a different preparation method demonstrated in the kitchen, so participants will learn a variety of medicine making!
This workshop is free, but please reserve your spot in advance at this link: https://forms.gle/ZPdKvixEigY1cuAC6
We’ll meet on the YGP patio (530 S 400 E) at 5pm. Hope to see you there!
About Emily Stock:
Emily Stock is an herbalist from Moab, Utah. She was born and raised in the heart of southern Utah’s canyon country, outside of Moab in Castle Valley. Awareness of plant energetics and ecological understanding has always been a way of life for her and her family. Through the teachings of her parents and herbalist /astrologer grandmother, Emily quickly developed what would become a lifelong passion for natural medicine and healing.
Emily apprenticed, interned and self-studied herbal medicine, Taoist philosophy, and Ayurvedic medicine for 5 years before starting Sundial Medicinals in 2011. She is a graduate of Michael Tierra’s East West School of Planetary Herbology, and attends annual herbalism conferences to continue her education. Her training includes Western, Chinese and Ayurvedic constitutional analysis, pattern assessment, and herbal treatment.
Emily is also a certified doula through DONA International. She is passionate about helping women find fulfillment through the birthing process and also through herbal support.
Helping people connect with herbs as a way of holistic lifestyle is one of her larger focuses in herbalism. As a clinical herbalist she hopes to continue increasing the awareness, appreciation, and use of herbal medicines. Emily spends a lot of her time with herbs. Growing, harvesting, extracting and processing herbs, teaching workshops, and consulting with individuals about plant medicine are Emily’s passions