Join us for an evening of Salve making. We will learn about medicinal plants and then make a salve together with Leona’s guidance. After we will eat some food together. You will be able to take some of the salve home with you.
November 12, 26 and December 10th: 6 – 8 PM
Pandora Park Fieldhouse, 2325 Franklin St Vancouver BC
This workshop is by donation, if you are able to donate a suggested donation would be $10 – $20 for supplies and food costs. If you are not, that is okay.
Registration is required as there is only 8 spots/workshop. Please send an email to email@example.com with the date you would like to attend.
Cultural Facilitator Leona Brown is a Gitxsan mother of three whom is a Refugee in the Squamish, Musqeam, and Tseil Watuth unceded Coast Salish Territories. Leona is deeply involved in the study, harvest and uses of Indigenous plants in the urban setting. Passionate about relearning her culture and sharing that knowledge, Leona is a strong advocate for the re-introduction of indigenous medicinal plants into city parks, school gardens and public places. She is an ambassador for the work being done around indigenous food and resources in the city, and her friendly, powerful talks and presentations also touch on reconciliation and the importance of reconnecting with Mother Earth.