Growing Herbs for Humans and Bees: plants that are medicinal and appetizing
2-hour online class. Many edible and medicinal plants are a boon for humans and bees. Find out how you can create an “herbaliscious” garden that fills your pantry while feeding pollinators.
$20 plus GST for a 2 hour, live-streamed class. Registration is for a single student in one household. If multiple students will be viewing from the same location, each additional student is $10. Course fees are non-refundable. Class times are in Saskatchewan time – CST, no daylight savings.
All students will be able to view a recorded version of this class for one week after the class.
Registration closes one hour before the class starts. Register here or email us at email@example.com. Office hours are 8:00 am – 4:00 pm and any emails after this time will be answered the next business day.
About your Instructor
Lori Weidenhammer is a Vancouver performance-based interdisciplinary artist and educator. She is originally from a tiny hamlet called Cactus Lake, Saskatchewan. It is in this place, bordered by wheat fields and wild prairie, that she first became enchanted with bees. She is the author of Victory Gardens for Bees: A DIY Guide to Saving the Bees (Douglas & McIntyre). For the past several years she has been appearing as the persona Madame Beespeaker, practicing the tradition of “telling the bees”. As a food security volunteer and activist Lori works with students of all ages on eating locally and gardening for pollinators. On occasion, she likes to dress up in silly costumes and talk to bees. She is a founding member and a board member of the Native Bee Society of British Columbia.
Lori Weidenhammer is originally from Treaty 6 Territory in Saskatchewan the original lands of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dene, Dakota, Lakota, Nakota and the homeland of the Métis Nation, and feels gratitude to be able to now live and work in unceded territory of the Coast Salish Nations.
This class is offered in an online, live-stream format that you can access from your computer, phone or tablet. Your distance class will include your instructor and their presentation live on-screen and the ability for you to ask questions through the course chat. You will not receive handouts for this class, but we’re confident you will get good educational value. All participants recieve one week access to a class recording.
- 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM CST (06:00PM – 08:00 PM MST)
- Online: Zoom platform