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Do you suffer from dry skin & chapped lips in the winter?
Learn how to make
Herbal-Infused Oils and Salves
Common Good City Farm is a ½-acre non-profit urban farm and education center in the LeDroit Park neighborhood of DC, just south of Howard University. Established in 2009, CGCF has a medicinal herb bed and a kitchen herb garden, with approximately 50--and counting--different herbs, including: chamomile, yarrow, calendula, rosemary, lavender, thyme, passionflower, meadowsweet, echinacea, hyssop, plantain, red clover, lemon balm, comfrey, sage, calendula, nettles, calamus, and three types of mint.
About the Instructor
Tricia is the resident herbalist at the farm, where she has designed and tended the herb beds since 2009. She holds a Masters’ Degree in Herbal Medicine from the Tai Sophia Institute (now the Maryland University of Integrative Health). She is a clinical herbalist, licensed nutritionist, wellness educator, yoga teacher, potion-maker, loud laugher, and lover of sunshine and green things.