NOFA-NH Herbal Network’s Annual Herb & Garden Day, June 2

3rd Annual Spring Herb & Garden Day
NOFA-NH Herbal Network
McLane Audubon Center, 84 Silk Farm Rd, Concord, NH
Saturday, June 2, 2012

The NOFA-NH Herbal Network’s 3rd Annual Spring Herb & Garden Day is a welcome tradition as we awaken from the winter along with the plants. Each year, we bring the best of our Herbal Educators in New Hampshire to teach you about the many uses for herbs, native and edible plants.

Don’t miss this incredible event! There is something for everyone. Whether you come for the whole day or decide just to spend a little while with us, you are sure to experience something unique and wonderful in the wilds of New Hampshire!

10am – 5pm
Learn about Herbal Medicine Making, Organic Gardening, Herbal Wine & Cheese-making, Foraging, Urban Survival, Advanced Formulation, Natural Fertility and Integrative Medicine!

All-Day Herbal Market Fair
Live Plants & Herbs, Herbal Medicine, Handcrafts, Books & Information, Eco-friendly products, Gardening Supplies, Baked Goods, Organic Food and more!

Local and Organic Food
Breakfast: 10 – 11am
Lunch: 12 – 1pm
Herbal Hors D’Oeuvres: 6 – 8pm
Mill Town Market, from Manchester, NH has partnered with our local farmers to bring you a wonderful array of pallette pleasing goodies. Coffee and tea will be served with mid-morning pastries and healthful lunch options will be available at Noon, including vegan and vegetarian fare. Please be sure to bring cash to purchase lunch. Our catering menu is now available, prepare your appetite by clicking the Menu.

Organic Seed Swap Soiree
6 – 8pm
Local Wine & Mead Tastings by Moonlight Meadery and Sap House Meadery, Herbal hors d’oeuvres from Mill Town Market, Local Music and Organic Seeds from High Mowing Organic Seed Company and Hudson Valley Seed Library!

Registration: $25.00 NOFA-NH Members, Student & Senior discounts available. Click here to Register Online or purchase Walk-In Registration the day of the event.

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