“We are going to have to gather up the fragments of knowledge and responsibilities that have been turned over to governments, corporations, and specialists, and put those fragments back together again in our own minds and in our families and household and neighborhoods.”
~ Wendell Berry
~ Wendell Berry
Upcoming community classes
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 10am-12pm
FREE TO ALL!
Malden Court Community Orchard
7677 SE 87th Ave, Portland, OR
Join us for a 🔥Fire Cider🔥skill share with Alexis Gandara from Plantain Project*, where we will all be learning to making our own batches of Fire Cider to take home for these fall and winter months ahead!
Fire Cider is a Apple Cider Vinegar based health boosting tonic and is both a kitchen remedy and a revolutionary community traditional to make and offer. We'll celebrate the fall harvest by making our own medicine to boost immunity and vitality.
Free to all! Donations welcomed. All supplies provided. Each class is limited to 12 people. PLEASE notify us if you cannot make it so we can let others participate. Masks and social distancing required. Please wear weather-appropriate clothing - we will work under canopies.
*Plantain Project is an all-volunteer group of plant lovers who turn urban yards into medicinal gardens, supporting individuals and groups engaged in anti-oppression work, including supporting First Nations, BIPOC, Queer, Trans, migrant, refugee, houseless, low-income populations, and people who use drugs. By growing in cities, we also expose the public to herbal medicine. We provide opportunities for people to get involved with herbal medicine in their community. We share not only access, but knowledge. Learn more at www.plantainproject.org
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