Medicinal Plant Walk

This is not a LivingstonACE course. Please use the contact information below for questions or to register.

Call 222-9999, email, or register online

We will identify 10 to 20 wild medicinal plants growing in the proximity of the Deep Creek trailhead ... some hiking required. The purpose of the class will be identification of plants; followed by observation and study of their cycles of growth, medicinal qualities, flowering, seed production and moving into dormancy.

$25 per class

Advanced registration and payment required to have materials for each attendee. 

Saturday, September 15, 2018  9am–12pm
Deep Creek Trailhead

For questions about the class, email Bev directly: 



Beverly Axelsen is an Herbalist, Instructor of Plant Medicine and Herb Classes, and Habilitation Services Specialist at Counter Point. Many great teachers have influenced her over the years; the most respected and knowledgeable being the plants themselves. She has studied in the mountains and prairies of Montana, the jungles of Belize, Costa Rica and in Bali. As a teacher and guide for others Bev promotes direct experience with plants.

Call 222-9999, email, or register online

Day and Time
Saturday, 9 am - 12 pm
September 15
Minimum Age
Single participant $ 25.00
To Be Determined

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