Plant Medicine and Earth Wisdom

Herbal Apprenticeship

An introductory course in plant medicine making


Learn the basics of plant medicine making through hands on experience. Spend time sitting with and getting to know the plants. Make medicine with what is ready to harvest each time we meet.  Open your heart to the healing herbs.


The following topics will be covered:


Classes take place at Rebecca’s Garden in Brattleboro, VT and  The Orchard School & Community Center in  Alstead, NH

Dates: One Sunday per month from May-Oct. Dates TBA.    

Time:  9:30 am - 4 pm,

Cost:  $600. Barters and partial work/trade accepted. Sign up by Spring Equinox (March 21) and receive a 10% discount. 

*Click here to check out the photos from the 2011 apprenticeship*

802 380-3304  goldenbotanicals@gmail.com     earthangelherbals.com


     ***Do you know a teen interested in the Plant Medicine and Earth Wisdom Apprenticheship? With enough interest there will be an apprenticeship offered just for this age group (12 -18 yrs). Possibly  half day for half the cost! Contact us today if you are interested***

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Other Classes and Workshops

Rebecca Golden is available to teach a variety of herbal workshops; from wild plant ID walks to Herbal Medicine Making. Winter Wellness, Plants for a Healthy Pregnancy, Herbs to Ease Stress, Heart Plant Communiaction and The WIld Rose are just a few of the classes she can offer. Classes can be tailored to group needs and desires.


Rebecca also specializes in working with youth. Faerie camps for the young ones and Wisdom of the Plants Camps for pre-teens/teens are available as camps or home school programs. Fun faerie birthday parties are also available. Contact Rebecca if you want to schedule one in your area. 

 

(802) 380-3304     goldenbotanicals@gmail.com      7 Frog Hill, Brattleboro, VT 05301

“Thank you Rebecca for introducing me to my intuitive connection to the healing herbs...I gained a confidence in my own abilities... I see that the plants themselves should be revered as teachers.”

                    2011 Apprentice