Buffalo Bayou Plant Walk
HERBAL PLANT WALK
Join herbalist and ecotherapy facilitator Madeleine Sophia on Saturday, February 22nd for a medicinal plant walk on Buffalo Bayou. Learn about several native healing plants that grow in abundance here in Houston.
Where: Buffalo Bayou. Heights/ Montrose. Meeting location at the entrance of Johnny Steele Dog Park. At 12:15, we will begin our hike
Time: Saturday, 2/22/20 12pm-2pm
Cost: $10-20 sliding scale // No one will be turned away for lack of funds
Come learn about local medicinal plants and how to best prepare them as food and medicine. We will explore the importance of ethical harvesting, how to connect with the plants through observation and deep listening, and the medicinal properties of several herbs that grow along the bayou. There will be a mixture of walking and sitting so bring water, a notebook & pen, and anything that makes you comfortable while outdoors. Herbal tea will be provided.
For more information, Visit Madeleinesophia.com or contact email@example.com to reserve a spot and for specific directions.
Payments available online through Eventbrite or in cash the day of the plant walk.
Join herbalist and ecotherapy facilitator Madeleine Sophia on Saturday, February 22nd for a medicinal plant walk on the Buffalo Bayou. We will meet at the front of Johnny Steele Dog Park off of Allen Parkway and at 12:15, leave for our plant walk.
We will explore the medicinal plants that grow in abundance here in Houston and how to harvest ethically, incorporate herbs into our daily lives, and how to connect with the healing plants that surround us for support. We will discuss the medicinal properties of several plants, learn recipes for making medicine with the plants, and the basics of wild-crafting.