1611 Harbor Road
The farm landscapes are capable of so much more than the first meets the eye: they produce nourishing foods, but also give us powerful plant-based medicines from weeds, cover crops, ornamental gardens, forests, and backyards. This “weed walk” will introduce you to medicinal plants commonly found on different parts of Vermont’s working lands, deepen your appreciation of the local food movement, and introduce you to nature-based, local medicine as part of a resilient food system.
As a clinical herbalist and organic herb farmer, Kenzie enjoys teaching about the healing properties of medicinal plants for the mind, body and spirit. She is also a beekeeper, a dancer, and a lover of nature, social justice, and spirituality. Kenzie is queer, trans and disability friendly, and open to creating access to herbs for people of all ages, genders, and faiths. Her clinical practice, educational programs, and farm are currently based in Burlington, Vermont. Find out more on her website.
Registration is required. Please contact Director of Community Programs Tre McCarney with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.