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The Portland Grief House

Portland Herb Craft School: Medicinal Herb Cultivation Series

In this 5 part series you will learn to design and cultivate a medicinal herb garden of your own!

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Portland Herb Craft School: Medicinal Herb Cultivation Series
Portland Herb Craft School: Medicinal Herb Cultivation Series

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Mar 23, 2024, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

The Portland Grief House, 7906 N Fessenden St, Portland, OR 97203, USA

Who

What

Portland Herb Craft School is a mobile herb growing school that moves locations each year. Our mission is to spread knowledge about medicinal plants while cultivating them in the city and beyond. Each year will take on a new theme and project depending on our host's location.  

In 2024 we will be learning and growing at The Portland Grief House located in St. John’s. We will be exploring grief as we design and cultivate a medicinal herb tea garden for The Portland Grief House. The herbs we cultivate will be used to support those sitting with grief for years to come.   

In This Class We Will Learn: - How to cultivate medicinal herbs with care - Basic regenerative agricultural practices - How to design an herbal garden - To preserve herbs with herbal remedies - Introductory Materia medica - How to make farm and garden purchases locally - How to build a budget greenhouse - Options for irrigation - How to build a dehydrator - To explore Grief with this year's hosts: The Portland Grief House - and so much more....!

Lizzy Simpson, Farmer, Herbalist, Newbie Death doula and lead educator at Portland Herb Craft School. Lizzy founded the medicinal herb farm Rise Up Remedies in 2018 which she co-owned until its closure in 2023. Prior to farm ownership, Lizzy studied at the Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine and farmed at several diversified vegetable farms in Oregon, Colorado and North Carolina. She  holds a masters degree in Agroecology from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. Lizzy is starting her journey as a death doula by creating "Death Ware" that promotes conversations about death.

Lear more about the whole series and Lizzy's work at her website, Ithir.

Pricing:

$35 to $70 per class  

Standard ticket: $55 -  If you have the capacityticket to pay at this price your  ticket will covers the cost of materials and pay the instructor in full.

Community Ticket - $35 - If you are stretched financially, a ticket purchased at this price will covers the cost of materials and partially pay the instructor. 

Pay it Forward Ticket - $75  - If you are well financially comfortable, a ticket at this price will covers the cost of materials, pay the instructor in full, and covers the remaining cost for someone's community ticket.

Cost for Entire Series:  $160 - $300  

Standard Ticket - $225 

Community Ticket - $160 

Pay it Forward Ticket - $300  

Tickets

  • Portland Herb Craft School

    From $35.00 to $70.00
    • $55.00
      +$1.38 service fee
    • $35.00
      +$0.88 service fee
    • $70.00
      +$1.75 service fee

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