Explore the educational opportunities available in the mountains of North Georgia
Learn broom making with Foxfire's resident broom artist, Carol Morse. This two-day course covers the essentials of broom making, including discussions on the materials, processes, and art of crafting different broom varieties. Students participating in the class will complete and take home a cobweb broom and hearth broom.
Join Botanologos to learn to identify and apply evidence-based dietary interventions in clinical practice. We will explore the fundamentals of Chinese nutrition therapy as well as modern dietary protocols for a variety of chronic conditions, including Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and metabolic syndrome.
The Foxfire Mountaineer Festival is a one-day celebration of the rich heritage of the Southern Appalachian mountains, featuring traditional music from numerous regional performers, showcases and demonstrations of time-honored heritage skills and trades, and all manner of traditional games and puzzles for young and old alike.
Join us on Saturday, October 21st, 2017 for a Fall Gathering and Pumpkin Carving benefitting Timpson Creek Farm and The Food Bank of Northeast Georgia. We will gather in the beautiful valley of Timpson Creek Farm and enjoy the changing leaves and serene, Autumn weather. Local pork will be roasted over a pit and served with sides prepared using produce from the farm. Around an open fire, we will share ghost stories and sip on seasonal refreshments and/or freshly pressed Apple Cider from a local Georgia Orchard.
Learn the ins and outs of doing a thorough herbal intake session as Mimi and Patricia share their tips for mastering this process. From your first contact with a client through creating a treatment protocol, this seminar provides you with clinical pearls of wisdom needed to conduct an intake with confidence.
Join Botanologos to learn to create safe, effective herbal formulas to treat both acute and complex, chronic health conditions in this interactive class.