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MVEDD Homesteading Workshop: Around the House

MVEDD’s Around the House workshop on May 6 at Grow Amsterdam focuses on greener landscaping practices, composting and more.

In the House Workshop. Photo provided by MVEDD.

MVEDD First Homesteading Workshop, “In the House”

MVEDD in partnership with a local seamstress, Lori Smith, the Kirkland Town Library and Grow Amsterdam NY.

MVEDD Workshop

Homesteading Workshops Coming to the Mohawk Valley!

MVEDD will be hosting three different community Homesteading Workshops in 2024 with dates to be announced soon.

Community Workshop at Fort Plain High School

Community Workshop tomorrow afternoon at Fort Plain High School

Workshop to focus on learning more about the Amish Community will be held on May 25, 2023, from 3pm-5pm, at the Fort Plain High School Library in Fort Plain, NY.

Workshops at the Farmers' Museum

Spring “Maker Workshops” at The Farmers’ Museum

Register Now For Spring “Maker Workshops” at The Farmers’ Museum Beginning April 1.

Herkimer College | Herkimer NY | Mohawk Valley Today

Workshop on Civil Service Strategies

Herkimer College Partners to Host Workshop on Civil Service Strategies on March 6th at 1:30pm at the Robert McLaughlin College Center.

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Herbal Study Group at the Old Forge Library

Due to the popularity of the 2023 sessions of Wild Infusions Herbal Study, the Old Forge Library, 220 Crosby Blvd., will be hosting Jessica Maureen Hinsdill of Wild Soulstice, LLC with new sessions of the study group.

These herbal study group sessions will focus on plants that many think of as weeds and are found throughout the Adirondacks. The first three sessions will be held monthly on the 3rd Tuesday of May, June and July.

At the May 21 session, the group will discuss the Dandelion. The leaves can be used to stimulate the appetite and help digestion. Dandelion’s flower has antioxidant properties and also improves the immune system. Discussion may include plant identification, medicinal usage, herbalism terminology and more.

On June 18, the group will discuss Plantain and it’s uses and health benefits.

The July 16 study session will focus on Mullein. Additional sessions are planned for August, September and October.

Jessica has been her family’s herbalist, healing scrapes and colds with herbal medicine and holistic living. When diagnosed with Lyme Disease, she took a break from college for Holistic Nutrition to heal, finding herbs to support the path back to wellness. Now studying with Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine, she started Wild Soulstice, LLC to provide herbal education and Lyme Disease support to the community. The study group session is a great avenue to create a circle of support, a place to reawaken a culture of wellness and rekindle the confidence to “nourish ourselves, our families, and our community”.

Participants should bring their prior knowledge to enhance the conversation or come to learn. All experiences and ages are encouraged.

All are welcome to attend the free Herbal Studies but group size is limited. Call the library, 315-369-6008, or email oldforge@midyork.org to register.

Wild Infusions Study Group

Herbal Study Group at the Old Forge Library

Due to the popularity of the 2023 sessions of Wild Infusions Herbal Study, the Old Forge Library, 220 Crosby Blvd., will be hosting Jessica Maureen Hinsdill of Wild Soulstice, LLC with new sessions of the study group.

These herbal study group sessions will focus on plants that many think of as weeds and are found throughout the Adirondacks. The first three sessions will be held monthly on the 3rd Tuesday of May, June and July.

At the May 21 session, the group will discuss the Dandelion. The leaves can be used to stimulate the appetite and help digestion. Dandelion’s flower has antioxidant properties and also improves the immune system. Discussion may include plant identification, medicinal usage, herbalism terminology and more.

On June 18, the group will discuss Plantain and it’s uses and health benefits.

The July 16 study session will focus on Mullein. Additional sessions are planned for August, September and October.

Jessica has been her family’s herbalist, healing scrapes and colds with herbal medicine and holistic living. When diagnosed with Lyme Disease, she took a break from college for Holistic Nutrition to heal, finding herbs to support the path back to wellness. Now studying with Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine, she started Wild Soulstice, LLC to provide herbal education and Lyme Disease support to the community. The study group session is a great avenue to create a circle of support, a place to reawaken a culture of wellness and rekindle the confidence to “nourish ourselves, our families, and our community”.

Participants should bring their prior knowledge to enhance the conversation or come to learn. All experiences and ages are encouraged.

All are welcome to attend the free Herbal Studies but group size is limited. Call the library, 315-369-6008, or email oldforge@midyork.org to register.

Wild Infusions Study Group