On an instructional walk through Wildwood Harvest trails with clinical herbalist and plant enthusiast Holli Richey, enjoy the native spring ephemerals in bloom while hearing stories of how people have used Solomon’s seal, bloodroot, trillium, spiderwort, as well as common trees and other perennials, for food and medicine.
- Saturday, April 9, 2016
- 10:00am - 12:30pm
About the Teacher
Holli Richey RH(AHG), LCSW is a registered herbalist and mindfulness-oriented psychotherapist practicing mind-body-spirit care at the Erlanger Dodson Avenue Community Health Center in Chattanooga, TN. Holli has studied plant medicine for 20 years and has led plant walks for 15 years. Holli facilitates nature-based therapy, herb walks and Forest Bathing (shinrin-yoku) retreats in the mountains of southeastern Tennessee. Holli graduated from Maryland University of Integrative Health with a MS in Herbal Medicine and the University of Georgia, School of Social Work. Visit her blog at hollirichey.com.