Connecticut's School of Herbal & Energetic Studies


Herb Justice! Seed to Market

Twin Star Herbal Training Level III

White Pine Community Farm in Wingdale, NY

March-November 2016 

Herb justice is a belief that all communities should have access to high quality locally grown herbal plants and remedies. Students in the Herb Justice Seed to Market program will learn first hand how to grow, tend and harvest dozens of medicinal herbs that are grown at Wassaic Community Farm, in Wassaic NY. Participants will also work closely with the diversity of medicinal and edible plants that grow wild throughout our area. Throughout the program we will use these herbs to prepare herbal teas, salves and tinctures and bring these remedies to our rural and urban neighboring communities through various farmers markets. The Seed to Market participants will actively engage in the Herb Justice concept by learning to share herbal healing with the public regardless of race, class, gender, ethnicity, citizenship, ability, religion, or community.  

All classes will be led and supervised by Community Herbalist Lupo Passero of Twin Star Herbal Education and Herbal Medicine Farmer Ben Schwartz of White Pine communityfarm. This program was designed to be a continuation of level one Foundations of Herbalism or an equivalent of 150 hours of self study of herbal training program.  

 What you will learn in the Seed to Market Program:   

  • Work directly with over 50 edible and medicinal herbs.
  • Organic farming, harvesting, wildcrafting, drying and storing.
  • Tea blending, herbal remedy preparations, labeling, guidelines for natural products.
  • Create and receive 4 seasonal CSH Shares (community supported herbalism)
  • Hands on experience working our farmers market in Bronx,NY 

Learn to share your knowledge of herbal healing!

The Herb Justice - Seed to Market course will be offered the 4th Monday of each month March-November from 9-5 at the Wingdale Community Farm in Wingdale, NY. Students will be responsible for attending at least 4 Saturday markets.