From Ground To Cup – Staghorn Sumac, Hops, Goldenroad

From Ground To Cup – Staghorn Sumac, Hops, Goldenroad Michael Conforti Pavillion Lawn

Start your morning with herbalist and healing practitioner Rebecca Guanzon and explore local plant microcosms! Guanzon shows plants that have been foraged nearby and from the Clark grounds, explaining their medicinal uses, past and present. At the end of the talk, participants are guided through creating a take-home tea blend with the herbs explored in the workshop. From Ground to Cup is offered on June 29, July 27, and August 31, with unique focuses guiding each event.
Discover the benefits of red clover, raspberry, rose hips, and mugwort in promoting hormonal balance. These herbs are particularly effective in alleviating hormonal fluctuations of individuals with estrogen dominance.
Saturday, August 31st, 2024

From Ground To Cup – Staghorn Sumac, Hops, Goldenroad

Celebrate the end of summer with staghorn sumac, hops, and goldenrod. These locally-abundant herbs offer unique flavors and medicinal benefits, capturing the essence of the season.

About Rebecca Guanzon

Rebecca Guanzon, a trained herbalist and practitioner of multiple energetic healing modalities, brings over twenty years of experience with trauma-informed care practices. She is a graduate of the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine, specializing in Medicine Making, Foraging, and Herbal Immersion. As a neighborhood herbalist, she promotes mutual aid by distributing free goods and cultivating an intimate circle of accountability partners. This work often takes place at Wild Soul River, an abolitionist herbal gathering space in Williamstown that Rebecca co-owns with her partner Justin.
Free. For accessibility concerns, call 413 458 0524.