OAKHURST — The nonprofit group One Tribe Global (TR1BE) has partnered with the Positive Learning Center to offer a series of courses, and the next one is scheduled for Saturday, July 15: Historic Use of Herbs for Food and Health.
Under the guidance of herbalist and educator Steven Flanagan, the workshop explores the old ways of using herbs for simple remedies and health, as well as food.
“Steven is excited to share his knowledge of herbs that thrive in the mountains,” says organizers. “He will discuss what these herbs are, explain their traditional and modern uses, and instruct us on the techniques of growing them. You’ll also learn how to harvest, prepare and use the herbs from infusions to tinctures, from balms to compresses.”
The program takes place at the Positive Living Center, located at 40045 Indian Springs Road in Oakhurst, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
One Tribe Global shares a vision of personal and worldwide transformation by creating opportunities to share the discoveries of the journey into greater consciousness. TR1BE believes that celebrating common gifts, knowledge, experience and wisdom can effect positive change.
“We bring focus and enthusiasm to those things we would empower and expand by sponsoring events intended to enhance our life experience together.”