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Four seasons of healthful, farm-fresh experiences.
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Learn about naturally-growing and garden-grown plants that will enhance your life.

PLANTS OF FIELD & FOREST

Herbs, Medicine & Wild Plants:

Workshops & Events

LINKS TO PROGRAMMING DETAILS & DATES 
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In all seasons, we offer healthful herbal programming.
Join Carol Felice, museum educator and herbalist, on the historic Remick property to learn the many ways you can benefit from adding helpful and medicinal plants to your life.

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Outdo
or Walks ~ June–October 2019

Color from Plants: Fiber Dyeing ~ August 31, 2019

Herbal Root Fest ~ October 19, 2019

Boost Your Health, Naturally ~ November 16, 2019


  Download our 2019 Herbal Programming Booklet!


RETURNING IN 2020

Build Your Medicine Chest ~ Winter 2020

Let Food Be Thy Medicine ~ Winter 2020

Planning Your Medicine Garden ~ Spring 2020

Dandelion Festival ~ Spring 2020

11th Annual Herb & Garden Day ~ June 2020

Presented by New Hampshire Herbal Network  Visit us off site! 

Brighten Up Your Menu with Wild Foods ~ Stay tuned! 

Making Herbal Products: Harvest, Dry & Infuse ~ Stay tuned!

Making Herbal Products: Tinctures, Oils & Salves ~ Stay tuned!

 

  

REMICK-MADE HERBAL PRODUCTS
We make herbal teas, infused oils, salves, and more on the property, from Remick-grown, hand-picked and dried herbs, available for purchase in the Museum Store while supplies last. Please call ahead for availability: 603-323-7591. See the full list of Field & Forest Herbal Products!


MORE TO THINK ABOUT

  • During spring, summer and fall, if you find us in the herb gardens we are always happy to answer your questions
  • Enjoy a self-guided walk to see if you can identify trees and herbaceous plants growing on the Remick property—we provide a list and a guidebook (items available in the Herbal Apothecary located in the Museum Center)
  • We welcome those who would like to learn about medicinal herbs through volunteering—stop by or contact us
  • We are available to bring custom programs to your event or venue, or host your group at the Museum—contact us

READING CORNER

  • What Is Plant Blindness? This Alarming Phenomenon May Have Serious Consequences For The Environment
    by Aoife Hanna via Bustle 

JOIN OUR HERBAL EMAIL LIST
Stay up-to-date by joining our Herbal Workshops & Classes email list! You will receive information for upcoming herbal workshops, classes, events and herbal news.


FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact Carol Felice, Museum Educator/Herbalist
cfelice@remickmuseum.org | 603-323-7591

“Carol was very knowledgeable and we learned a lot! Thanks.” ~ Heidi and Bill Chase, Bristol, NH

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