May Events

Those of us who enjoy gardening are certainly aware of the cooler than average temperatures and cloudier skies of April, 2022. It felt good to turn the calendar to May this morning and look forward to warmer temperatures and sunnier skies to speed the appearance of our perennial plants and the germination of the annuals we will be sowing this month.

Here are a couple more things to look forward to in May!

How to Test...

Lise Wolff, through the Matthew Wood Institute of Herbalism

Wednesday, May 4, 5:00-? pm

Free class!

(This is an intro to their Family Herbalist Course, which is offered live, online on Thursdays from May 5- June 23, 1:00-3:00, as well as being available online after the sessions).

Register for this free, online class through the Matthew Wood Institute of Herbalism

The Problem:​

You or a loved one is not feeling their best. Based on reading, a class, or your intuition, you have

a few good ideas of herbs, flower essences, etc. to try. Maybe you've tried a remedy,

but it did nothing or made you feel worse.

The Solution:​

Lise Wolff will teach you how to pinpoint which remedy will feel best and at what dose

for you, clients, or loved ones. A handout will be provided in class and recording.

North Country Herbalist Guild

Speaker will be Martin Bulgerin with his topic announced closer to the date.

Wednesday, May 11, 7:00-8:30 pm

This meeting will be available both online and in-person at the Seward Co-op, Friendship location.

For a link to the online option, go to the North Country Herbalist Guild website.

Nettle Fest

Betsy Nelson, That Food Girl

Sunday, May 15, 1:00-4:00 pm

For details on this very interesting, tasty, and fun event, check out Betsy's events page on her website.

Plant Walk: Wild Edibles

Marina Povlitzki of Plant Magick

Tuesday, May 17, 6:00-7:30 pm

For details check out this website page

North Country Herbalist Guild's Second Annual Plant Swap

Wednesday, May 18

(I'm not sure of the time - check website closer to the event)

At the Lake Monster Brewery in St. Paul

Everyone welcome to bring plants for swapping and/or to socialize.