Monday, September 28, 2009

Fall Herb Walk at Ganondagan

Fall is a beautiful time for trail walking. The late summer bloomers like goldenrod, asters, various eupatoriums (white snakeroot, joe pye weed, boneset, etc.), touch-me-nots, and others add many colors. Berries and other fruit growing all season on trees and shrubs have got their mature colors and sizes. And soon all the trees will be wearing their fancy fall shawls and dresses of autumn colors.

Fall is also a good time to view and learn about the wild medicinal plants growing all about us. On October 10th there will be a guided herb walk at Ganondagan. The walk will be lead by Dr. Les Moore N.D., M.S.O.M., L.Ac. who is the Director of Integrative Medicine at the Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic. Dr. Moore will identify medicinal plants at the site and he will speak to the uses of these plants in Eastern and Western herbal traditions.

The walk will include trail walking so be sure to wear appropriate footwear and make sure to bring a bottle of water.

See our event calendar or contact Classical Formulas at 315-462-0190 for time, registration details and more information.


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