Learn about herbs and healing

Transition Sooke and Food-CHI workshop led by local herbalists at Sunriver Community Garden

A healing garden work and learn party is planned for Sunriver Community Garden this Thursday (Oct. 27), from 10 a.m. to noon.

Herbalists Glyse Clarkston and Hillary Childs will demonstrate the healing properties of herbs, explain what herbs can be used for, and how to grow and maintain them.

This is a hands-on workshop which will prepare the Sunriver Community Garden’s healing garden for winter. Participants are asked to wear gardening clothes and bring pruners and gloves.

The event is sponsored by Transition Sooke and Food-CHI.

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