Herbal Cocktails and Mocktails Talk and Tasting
Monday September 11th at 6:00pm
Join herbalist Shannon Renne for a fun evening talk on Herbal Cocktails and Mocktails. Drinks for the whole family will be discussed along with a tasting of some of Shannon’s creations. She has been a mixologist for several area herbal fundraisers refining some recipes she will share with you!
Suggested donation of $5-$10 will support the Madison Area Permaculture Guild Herb Garden. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Please join us!
The Herb Garden is at 3919 Gray Road, DeForest (Token Creek). Call Jean at 608-513-0016 with any questions. More info: http://madisonareapermacultureguild.org/herb-collective/
Shannon has upcoming herbal education classes posted on the Herbalists Without Borders Madison Chapter Facebook page:
Monday August 28th from 6:00-7:30pm – Rosa Rugosa and Other Plants – Giveaway
The rose hips are ready to harvest and there is anise hyssop and even some yarrow flowers ready for picking. This time there is no formal talk, just harvesting in the herb garden and digging up rosa rugosa, yarrow and other plants to share out in the community. Bring your garden gloves, clean shovels, bags and pots for your plants as well as bug spray (there haven’t been many bugs lately though). Donations, even just a few dollars, are much appreciated for the plants and to help fund the expansion of our herbal offerings.
Bring garden gloves with you if you have them. We have tools and gloves available to borrow. Reply-all to this message for carpooling, or contact Jean at email@example.com
Garden is at 3919 Gray Road, DeForest (just 2 miles north of Madison in Token Creek). E-mail for directions if needed.
Jean Schneider, 608-513-0016
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.