Promoting wolf conservation since 1999

Did You Know?

Wolves are built to move through snow with ease - large front paws allow them to walk on snow, while an extremely narrow chest makes it more efficient to run through deep snow.

The Wild Within: Holistic Herbalism and Wild Medicine

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Through the practice of holistic herbalism, we learn that plants are powerful medicine for the mind, body, and spirit. They are catalysts for our creative process, offering insight and connection to the wild within and around us. This multi-sensory workshop, led by herbalist and Sacred Warrior founder Vanessa Chakour, will explore our relationship to the land through the edible and medicinal plants growing at the Wolf Conservation Center and in the newly planted medicine garden. Experience their medicine through herbal-infusions, tinctures and meditation and leave awakened to the magic under your feet. Come for one workshop or all to experience the way wild medicine transforms through the seasons.

This workshop will include:

• Plant Identification
• Introduction to Wildcrafting & Medicine Making
• Tasting and Making Herbal Infusions
• An Introduction to Holistic Herbalism

Visitors will also see the WCC's ambassador wolves and learn about the role of wolves as a keystone species, while also discussing current recovery challenges. Pre-registration is required.

Dates: May 19, June 9, August 11, and September 29 (2 - 5 pm)

Contribution: $40 per workshop, $150 for series