Use the form to the right to email Sarah Sorci,                                                  Sweet Flag Community Herbalist.

Or contact Sarah by phone or mail:

PO Box 261, Fredonia, NY  14063

716-997-2007


Fredonia, New York
USA

Medicinal Garden Talk: Sarah's Home Garden

Classes & Events

Educational workshops are the bread and butter of Sweet Flag Herbs. In western New York, as in nearly every community, there is an abundance of medicinal and edible plants growing in every lawn, sidewalk crack, and wooded area. Sarah offers workshops about identifying, sustainably harvesting, and using these plants.

Sarah has experience offering plant-based workshops for individuals of all ages and ability levels, including differently-abled individuals. If you are interested in scheduling a workshop or would like more info, visit the Contact Page to get in touch.

photo credit: Jessica Cunningham Photography

 

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Medicinal Garden Talk: Sarah's Home Garden

Sunday, August 19th
4pm - 5:30pm

142 Buffalo St, Hamburg. **Please park in Village Plaza lot, across the street.
Exchange: $12. 50% of proceeds go to Herbalists Without Borders WNY. 
**Herbalists Without Borders members attend for free.


Community Herbalist Sarah Sorci is passionate about medicinal plants growing wild or cultivated in WNY. She is also excited to demonstrate how many species can be cultivated and utilized in a small space. Visit Sarah's humble garden for a casual talk about the 30+ species of perennial and annual herbs she is tending in the shade and sun. Sarah will discuss uses and growing tips, as well as offer samples of concoctions she has made from these species. 

RSVP is appreciated. Sarah@sweetflagherbs.com or 716-997-2007.

Bring water and a notebook/pen if desired. Natural bug spray will be offered. 
Bathroom access is upstairs. 
Payment may be made in cash/check to Sweet Flag Herbs, or via paypal (Sweet Flag Herbs/ Sarah@sweetflagherbs.com)

Earlier Event: August 9
Free! Garden Guest Q & A
Later Event: September 5
Edible & Medicinal Plant Walk