Ecological Herbalism Series
Due to Corona Virus concerns, this course will be offered in a live interactive online format.
The Ecological Herbalism Series is a 4-part series of interdisciplinary classes that explores the relationships between people, plants, and the land. This course is offered through the University of New Mexico Continuing Education’s Holistic Health Program.
Taught from ecological, botanical, and geographical perspectives, the course aims to connect herbalists and nature lovers to the local surroundings by illuminating medicinal plants and the dynamics of the landscapes that make up central New Mexico.
Each of the four classroom sessions will focus on a different region’s ecosystem(s) and the plants we find there including the West Mesa, Northern Chihuahua Desert, Rio Grande Bosque, and Sandia Mountains.
This course makes an excellent companion to the Wild Herbs of New Mexico Series.
- Class Dates: Mondays: September 14, 21, 28, October 5
- Class Time: 6 pm – 8 pm for all dates
- Cost: TBD
- Location: Online via Zoom
- Space is limited! Registration is required.
Registration coming this summer via the UNM Continuing Education website.