Friday, March 18, 2016

Inspiring women right up my alley


Right at the moment, I'm not only busy with baby chicks, impending baby goats, starting garden seedlings, and running my online courses, but also with something really, really fun:

I'm looking at people's websites to get inspired about making an awesome website for Marblemount Homestead.  This research is incredibly inspiring, but also a little bit intimidating.  There are so many options out there!

When I found the website for Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine, I stopped dead in my tracks.  It's so gorgeous, I might have even drooled a little!

Fortunate circumstances made it possible for me to talk with the founder of this school first on the computer, and then on the phone.  What an incredible woman!  Not only does she have a huge heart, but she's also an herbal medicine wizard.  I totally fell in love with her and her mission.

When I found out that she offers a free herbal minicourse, I immediately signed up, and since I like high quality content that is good for the earth and inspires me, I want to pass it on to you.




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Foraging ~ Botany ~ Medicine Making

I'm fizzing with excitement over the debut of my friends' very first free online herbal mini-course! Come join Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine for a gander into the world of handcrafted herbalism, where you'll explore wild foods foraging, herbal medicine making, and a bit of juicy herbal botany to boot. It’s simple to enroll, just click on this link by March 22nd:


Class runs March 23rd through March 31st, and is self-paced, so you can access the videos, audio, and written lessons when it’s convenient! The audio and printable lessons are yours to keep so you can revisit the material year after year. 

Why free? What’s the catch?

I know that’s what I would be asking myself…

Here’s the real deal: Our friends at the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine are excited about spreading the good word—of plants, that is! We've both seen first-hand how this knowledge is a game changer. It’s boldly empowering to know how to go out your back door and find the medicine you need. And there’s a deep satisfaction in knowing how to pick vibrant wild edibles for your family’s nourishment. You’ll learn about connecting with your own sustenance and the living world around you—that’s priceless, and we’re honored to share this with you! 

The free course is an introduction to the fields of foraging, botany and medicine making. You can use the course as a jumping off point to the wide world of herbal resources—there are links to free web resources, including articles and videos. You'll have access to their favorite books and teachers for each subject covered. And you’ll connect with thousands of herbalists and foragers from across the globe!

This free course will also give you the opportunity to tour Chestnut School's online videos and lessons for yourself in a 100% obligation-free setting. If you love the free course, there’s a good chance you’ll enjoy their other online programs. After all, when you pay for something, it’s nice to know what you’re getting up front. This is an opportunity to check them out, get a feel for their teaching style, and share in the herbal excitement they’ve been brewing up for the past two years. We hope you enjoy it!



This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the links, you’ll not only be transported to a fantastical herbal realm beyond your wildest dreams, but I’ll receive a generous portion of the tuition from everyone who signs up. Hey, thanks!

5 comments:

  1. OK, I was thinking of trying this course, now you have me convinced. Thanks for sharing and passing this information along Corina.

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    1. Michelle, you are welcome. As I said, when I really believe in something, I want to pass it on!

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  2. I'm going to try it, too because when we move I will have boo-coo bandwidth for my downloads. We will have cable. I want to make home made salves and ointments. BTW Corina, please save some goat milk soap for me. I have it on my calendar that the soap will be cured in about a week. I can't remember how much you charge but I think I want 4 bars.

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    1. Oh good, I'm glad you will have better internet where you will move to. I'm jealous! I'm still on my limited satellite bandwidth... I am saving soap for you for sure! I'll let you know when it's done and send some pictures so you can chose!

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