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homegrown skullcap

Plant Club 

w/ Skullcap - Sunday 8/14/23

-11am-1pm est

-via Zoom

-$22-$44 sliding scale

(+$15 if you’d like dried skullcap mailed to you for tea)

-Please pay via venmo @cici-cyr or PayPal to

-Your payment reserves your spot 

-Contact me directly for trades and scholarships. 

-If you’d like to attend, please register no later than Sunday 8/7. 

-Email me at with your mailing address and your email address (for receiving dried skullcap and the zoom link).

For more details about Plant Club and what you can expect, keep reading below...

Skullcap grows all over the world, including so-called North America, where Mad Dog Skullcap (Scutelleria lateriflora) grows wild. Skullcap is a classic nervine herb and is a good ally for working with anxiety and insomnia in particular. 


During Plant Club, we gather together in a virtual circle and invite in the spirit of skullcap. We will drink skullcap tea together, feel the medicine in our bodies, share our individual experiences of relating with this plant within our collective space. We will collectively slow down, slow enough to hear the language of the land and our bodies. We practice deep listening, plant communication, and reciprocal relationships with our other-than-human kin. Whether or not you have a relationship with skullcap, you are welcome here. Beginners and seasoned herbalists and plant people alike have so much to offer to this collective space. This gathering is a safe and inclusive place of learning and exploration. 

Please come join me and skullcap! Questions? Email me at And please feel free to share this with anyone who may be interested!

milkweed growing in home apple orchard

Plant Walk

Holderness, NH - Saturday 9/3

-11am-1pm est

-Exact location will be shared after registration

-$20-$40 sliding scale

-Please pay via venmo @cici-cyr or PayPal to

-Your payment reserves your spot 

-Contact me directly for trades and scholarships. 

-Once you have paid, email me at with your intent to join and I will send you an email with directions to the location and details about what to bring, etc. 

For more details, keep reading below...

I am offering my first in-person workshop since moving to New Hampshire and one of the first since early 2020 (pre-covid)! It’s been awhile and I couldn’t be more excited about it! I’ve taken a break from offering Plant Walks since moving here, as I am new to these lands and had (and still have!) a lot of learning and relationship building to do with the plants here. I am at the point where I’m ready to share what I’ve learned! We will walk through a wooded shoreline, orchard and meadows, and the in-between areas of borders and shade. We’ll identify common native plants and talk herbal medicine making, the ethics of foraging, natural dyeing, herbal first aid, and we’ll snack on wild edibles as we go.


Since I am new to the area and in the process of building up my clinical herbalism practice, workshop schedule, and community here, I would love it if you helped me spread the word to any individuals or groups you think may be interested in taking part in this workshop! Feel free to share this information. Thank you!  

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