Lise Wolff's 3 Seasons of Herbal Wisdom - Plant Walks

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Meet famous plants everywhere you walk, with Lise Wolff, RH (AHG), MSc.


"This series is designed to teach students to view the plant world through the herbalist’s lens." 

- Lise Wolff, RH (AHG), MSc.


The herb walks take place in Minnesota, at the northern end of the “Big Woods” ecological region of Eastern North America, an area from which Western herbalism obtained a huge number of herbs from the Indigenous Peoples or from the exploration of the woods directly.  The area is also home to the classic herbs of Northern Europe (UK, Germany, Scandinavia, Poland, temperate parts of Russia), as they were intentionally, or unintentionally brought over by settlers.  Therefore this covers a lot of the traditional plants used in Western herbal medicine and it is worthwhile to know these herbs.  This is a cool temperate region and therefore will not cover many of the Mediterranean plants which would be characteristic of southern Europe and Australia.



There is a progression of content:

1) FREE PREVIEWS - (Available. Join on this page. "Enroll for FREE" green buttons.) 

2)  3 Seasons of Herbal Wisdom Plant Walks - (Available. Learn more and join HERE.)

3)  Three Seasons of Herbal Wisdom - (Final, full program coming in 2021)

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  • 1

    Early Spring

    • About Class 1

    • Class 1 - Wild Edibles - Day Lily (Hemerocalis fulva)

    • Class 1 - Dandelion (Taraxicum officinale)

    • Class 1 - Celendine (Chelidonium majus)

    • Class 1 - Extra - Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris) Story

    • Class 1 - Sweetleaf (Monarda fistulosa)

    • Class 2 - Who's who? - Iris (Iris spp.) or Day Lily (Hemerocalis fulva)?

    • There's more! 38 plants covered in the first 2 classes!

    • Class 3 - Solomon's Seal (True and False)

    • Class 3 - Spontaneous Edible and Medicinal Garden(s) - 4 - Prickly Lettuce (Lactuca serriola)

    • Class 3 contains 29 videos...

  • 2

    Spring

    • About Class 4

    • Plantain (Plantago major or rugelii)

    • St John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum)

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Tracy Patterson

Thank you for these free gems! Love the sneak peak at her great teaching style, video quality etc...

Thank you for these free gems! Love the sneak peak at her great teaching style, video quality etc...

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Nice surprises along the way

Rose Casey

Delightful! Makes me want more!

Delightful! Makes me want more!

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It is a good title.

Sandra Kalla

It made me want to see and learn more.

It made me want to see and learn more.

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Helpful short and sweet videos

Diane Sweeney

Just what I was looking for! I want help in identifying local plants and Lise is detailed and knowledgeable. Plus she helps us get to know them beyond just a...

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Just what I was looking for! I want help in identifying local plants and Lise is detailed and knowledgeable. Plus she helps us get to know them beyond just a name!

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Great Preview

Meaghan Owens

Lisse is so fun & engaging! I am looking forward to trying more of her classes in the future. Wildcrafting & foraging with an actual teacher in the g...

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Lisse is so fun & engaging! I am looking forward to trying more of her classes in the future. Wildcrafting & foraging with an actual teacher in the garden is the best way for me to learn. Since the Covid lockdown this is the next best thing to following her through the woods! Great for beginners & advanced students ;)

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Melisa Reilly

I like the short and to the point. Good view of each plant.

I like the short and to the point. Good view of each plant.

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Plant Walks

carrie sachs

Excellent!

Excellent!

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Spot on! Strolling through common areas, noticing what, ...

Candace McRoberts

Loved the overview of plant comparisons and what plants were medicinal vs. edible and how to tell the difference between like looking plants. Opened up a ne...

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Loved the overview of plant comparisons and what plants were medicinal vs. edible and how to tell the difference between like looking plants. Opened up a new world to me. Fascinating!

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Plant walk with Lise Wolff Free Preview

Cindy Matiski

Good video, how to use some of the nonedile plants would be good to know. I no longer live in MN but am still very interested in this course. Hi Cindy, t...

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Good video, how to use some of the nonedile plants would be good to know. I no longer live in MN but am still very interested in this course. Hi Cindy, thank you so much for your review! We really appreciate you taking the time to do so! The full Plant Walks series with Lise is FULL of non-edible, medicinal plants and their uses in addition to the wild edibles. We picked a few of our favorite videos to share in these Free Previews :)

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