Herbal educator offering traditional herbal medicine course starting in March

Four Winds Farm

Four Winds Farm Agri-Education Center will be the site of a nine-week herbal medicine class beginning the third week of March. | Photo courtesy of Four Winds Farm

QUINCY — Herbal educator Deborah Lee will offer a nine-week herbal medicine class beginning in March at her Four Winds Farm Agri-Education Center, 3739 N. 36th.

The nine-week hands-on class meets one time a week for three hours, with separate times offered from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday nights and 9 a.m. to noon Thursday mornings beginning March 22 and 23 respectively.

This hands-on course provides a workable knowledge of how to harvest and make herbal remedies for personal use. Lee says students will have fun, get dirty and make preparations each week to take home. Those attending will learn how to make dozens of health-enhancing herbal remedies. A 384-page textbook is included in the class fee.

Lee has researched and worked with medicinal and wild edible plants for more than 35 years. She has taught more than 500 classes and conference programs on the topic. She is a 20-year U of I Master Gardener.

To learn more or to enroll for the class, visit www.four-winds-farm.com.

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