Tours and Workshops

Tours & Workshops

Summer Public Tour

Thursday, July 16, 2020, 5-7pm


Join us for the first public tour of 2020 to celebrate the swing of Summer!

During this tour, we’ll meet plants traditionally used to support joy and ease the mind and spirit, as well as herbs for repelling insects that might otherwise bug you.

Click here for details on safety measures, and to register!


July Volunteer Day

Saturday, July 18, 2020, 10am-12pm


June’s Volunteer Day was so fun and productive; many thanks to all who joined us!

This month we’ll be focusing on sections of the garden that need some TLC, ensuring our specimens are healthy, supported, and well-spaced for visibility and accessibility. Perks of volunteering include access to the garden and our incredible stock of powerful plant allies, refreshing beverages made fresh, plant and knowledge shares, and community!

Thanks so much for your support!

See details and Safety Measures, and register at Eventbrite.

No admittance without pre-registration!


Herbal Giving #1: St. J’s / Yarrow

Sunday, July 19, 2020, 10:30am-12pm


In the Herbal Giving series, attendees will participate in making herbal preparations from plants abundant at The Green Farmacy Garden for the benefit of community members in need.

Each session will focus on one or two plants. You’ll spend some time with the plant, learn how it’s used medicinally, and help harvest and process the plant into medicine. The class-made preparation/s will be donated as mutual aid to community members in need, and workshop participants will take home their own living plant with which to practice the skills learned.

Ticket price includes 1/2 hour of access to the garden before the workshop (10-10:30am), herbal refreshments from the garden, serving communities in need through your own hands-on learning experience, Eventbrite fees, and a living plant to take home.

Click here for details on safety measures, and to register!


Note: All events take place outdoors. Please dress for the weather, and the possibility of insects.  Potted seedlings and divisions are available for donation at all our public events, as well as seeds and printed or recorded publications from Jim and Peggy Duke and others.

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