MOONWISE HERBS' VAST ARRAY OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS appeal to a number of learning styles. The programs help students discover Herbalism, Herbal Medicine, Permaculture, Wild and Traditional Food Preparation, Cheese-Making, Fermentation, Bread-Making, Harvesting Wild Edibles, Utilitarian Uses of Plants, Making Handmade Products, Seasonal Foraging, Community Building, Nonviolent Communication, Wise Woman Ways and Much More!
Enjoy the skilled approach of herbalist, community organizer, permaculture designer, doula and wilderness first responder Linda Conroy, MSS CHS. Participants in programs facilitated by Linda walk away with an appreciation for the natural world as well skills for incorporating plants into their daily life. Linda has been working to empower women for over 25 years and is a vibrant, passionate woman who continually seeks to deepen her connection to the green world!
New! Year-long virtual Wise Woman Herbal Apprenticeship Program! Click here to learn more.
“Thank you for such a wonderful presentation! I heard many wonderful comments about what you taught us and they want you back! You have so much fun at these classes! It is obvious that you love doing what you are doing.
Thanks so much for sharing! We loved it!”
~CLAUDIA BRICKS, SHEBOYGAN NATURAL HEALTH
Our Apprenticeships help you experience the meaning of the term Be-Wilder as it is defined by feminist author Mary Daly. She defines this term as to “lead the self and others on pixie-paths that wind deeper into the unknown; to hear and follow the call of the wild.”
These programs include guidance on your personal journey, use of our extensive library, materials, whole and wild food meals, and discounts on other programs. This program is for women only* and provides a unique space to explore the invisible feminine that our culture often asks us to forget.
We will connect with the wise woman within while hiking, kayaking, dancing, harvesting, creating community, crafting traditional foods and medicines, practicing compassionate communication, sitting in talking stick ceremony, exploring nature awareness and learning a wide variety of skills including but not limited to cordage making, basket weaving, broom making, hide tanning and much more!
Male students are invited to work with Linda through independent study and are invited to remember their own unique relationship to the feminine through a connection with the green world. Feel free to inquire.
WORKSHOPS & CLASSES
Linda Conroy can offer or customize a number of educational programs for your own group and presents a wide variety of educational classes as well. A sampling of her speaking list can be accessed below as well as a calendar of public presentations. For scheduling, simply contact Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 920-452-HERB (4372) for more information.
CHEESE & CULTURES
lead the self and others on pixie-paths that wind deeper into the unknown; to hear and follow the call of the wild.