Walk: foraging for medicinal herbs and flowers FULLY BOOKED!

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Event details

Sat, 24/08/2019 - 10:00am - 12:00pm

Qualified medical herbalist Rowan McOnegal will lead a two-hour ramble around Queenswood identifying herbs and flowers and discussing their medicinal and edible uses.

Booking

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About Rowan

I have always been passionate about plants.

I advocate the living tradition of herbal medicine through teaching practical courses, writing and lecturing. I aim to raise awareness of environmental issues, to teach people about the qualities of common, easily found plants to make simple remedies, thus empowering people to look after themselves and to nurture and value their environment – to care for the soil.

Having studied herbal medicine at the School of Herbal Medicine (Phytotherapy), and botany at the University of Birmingham, I qualified as a Medical herbalist in 1990. Privileged to have learnt from Christopher Hedley (my first teacher), Carol and Stephen Church, Carole Guyett and many others, I was a consultant Medical Herbalist for many years, growing and making my most of my own medicines, whilst teaching others to do likewise.

I have created gardens; photographed, drawn and painted plants; established a comprehensive photographic library of herbs and wildflower portraits that has been used internationally; travelled extensively to research traditional uses of herbs, and been fascinated by the role plants have in shaping cultures. 

Venue location

Queenswood Country Park & Arboretum,
Leominster,
Herefordshire,
HR6 0PY

Event information

Date
Saturday 24th August 2019
Time
10:00am - 12:00pm
Price / Donation
£8; please note that the car park is also 'pay & display'
Trust
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust
Venue location
Queenswood Country Park & Arboretum,
Leominster,
Herefordshire,
HR6 0PY
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Wheelchair Access
no
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no
Dogs
no dogs please
Contact details
Tel: 01432 530088
info@queenswoodandbodenhamlake.org