Friday, May 8, 2020 Session 1: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm bring beverage & lunch

$75.00 per person per session

This 3 hour field day includes ID of common herbs found in the hedge & meadow, making herbal preparations, and a glimpse of the fascinating history & folklore of Crataegus: the the generative genus. Not to mention a day in nature, fresh air and good company!


This foray takes place on a private farm in a 50 year old hawthorn hedge. The hawthorns here are diverse. You'll learn how to tend & harvest hawthorn trees. You'll begin to see the structure, biodiversity and habitat establishment found in hedges.  Learn how hawthorn hedges support human & ecological health and vitality. This is a hands-on practicum on making hawthorn herbal preparations with the leaves and flowers in the wise woman tradition. Once registered, you'll receive a list of tools & medicine making supplies to bring along for this take along ~ make along field day in the hedge! Each session limited to 7 participants.

Hawthorn: Leaf & Flower Field Day: May 8th

  • Due to the Pop-Up nature of this offering there are no refunds once registered. If for some reason you are unable to attend and upon notfication prior to the Field Day, you can transfer your registration to a later course through RavenCroft Garden less a $15.00 administrative fee for transfers. No exception!

    Thank-you for your understanding

  • In compliance with Covid~19 guidelines. Physical distancing of 6', face coverings and gloves, and supplying your own tools, food and personal supplies apply. 

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