For the August MAPG meeting, we will meet at Edgewood College’s Mazzuchelli building, Room 103. See description, link to map and directions below.
Edgewood students and guild members Josh Feyen and Garrett Hughes are in the Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership masters program. As part of the program, they recently returned from a two-week international engagement course in Peru. At our meeting, Josh and Garrett will share some of their experience, particularly a visit to guerrilla gardens in Arequipa, and the birthplace of potatoes in “Potato Park” outside Cusco.
Schedule 6:30 p.m. potluck (optional) bring a dish to share and cutlery, plates.
7 p.m. Peru presentation
7:30 – 8:30 other sharing including Wisconsin Permaculture Convergence recap
See map. You can park in the ramp or surface lot, and then walk across campus and “down the hill” to Mazz which is near Lake Wingra.
Monday July 24th from 6:00-7:30pm – Using Herbs for Seasonal Allergies
Herbalist, Ginny Bormann will lead this talk about using herbs for seasonal allergies. Ragweed season is just around the corner for many of us!
Bring garden gloves with you if you have them. Reply-all to this message for carpooling, or contact Jean at email@example.com
For garden location and contact information see our webpage: http://madisonareapermacultureguild.org/herb-collective/
Our July Guild meeting:
Tuesday, July 18th
Hawthorne Library, 2707 E. Washington, Madison, 53704
Our very own Herbalist Jean Schneider will be presenting on Lyme Disease. This is a great opportunity for you to take in this talk. At the big Herb Day Jean had around 60 people listening in.
About Jean and her practice Nativa Medica:
Traditional Western Herbalist with a practice based on tissue states and energetics. Offer herbal consultations, gemstones & energetic sessions, and more.
Come join us! Because of the library’s limited hours we will not be having a potluck at this meeting.
Hope to see you! Questions? Text or call Kate at 608-213-2230.