Any dirt farmer can grow salad greens in the spring and tomatoes in August. However, if you can keep food alive through the winter, in chilly New England, you’re bound to be healthy, happy and a popular host.
Learn about plant cultivation, preparation, and the practice of clinical herbalism.
Just Roots is now offering a new Herbal Medicine Program at the Greenfield Community Farm! This series will provide a foundation in Western Constitutional Herbalism and its impact on the specific needs in our community in Franklin County.
In this afternoon workshop we’ll cover some common and not so common herbal remedies to boost our immune systems, support us through the winter months and help keep ourselves and our families and communities healthy.
Greenfield Community Farm 34 Glenbrook Dr, Greenfield, MA 01301 The second annual Fall Farm Festival has something for everyone. Bring the family to the farm and have some fun. Enjoy a potluck meal with friends and neighbors while listening to live music performed throughout the night. Kids will love our art tent and activities. Watch more »
Have you dreamed of making your own butter but don’t know where to start? Do you desire to step away from the traditional household cleaners that you buy from the store? Are you seeking out body products that have natural and small ingredient lists but find them too costly?