Early Spring Plant Identification Walk
Celebrate Spring with the Green Girl!
Take an early Spring Plant Identification walk through Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center with local Herbalist and Plant Spirit Healer, Karine Gordineer, as we identify some of the most interesting medicinal plants and Spring Wildflowers that arrive early in the season, many of which are spectacularly beautiful but can only be seen for a short period of time.
Participants will learn plant identification basics, how to identify local plants and wildflowers, and Karine will share her knowledge of indigenous and culinary usage of these early spring plants.
Open to adults and children 12+. Class fee is $25, pre-registration is required, and space is very limited.
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For more information about the walk, please email Karine at firstname.lastname@example.org
Karine Gordineer has been practicing herbalism and the healing arts for over 30 years. She brings to her practice the wisdom and influence of her Algonquin and Ukrainian lineages, as well as extensive training and experience as an Herbalist, Certified Plant Spirit Healing Practitioner, Shamanic Practitioner, Certified Reiki Master, Sustainability Professional, Author, and Educator.
Karine is adept at blending the scientific and the sacred, the practical as well as the extraordinary. Karine teaches regularly at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx and online, and has taught at the American Holistic Nursing Association, the New York Open Center in NYC, The Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, the Algonquin Center for Cultural Studies, Westchester Community College Continuing Education, Marist College, as well as a variety of venues throughout the Hudson Valley and CT. She has been teaching herbalism and the healing arts for over 24 years.