Seven Arrows Farm


Seven Arrows Farm
Seven Arrows Farm is listed in the Herbs category in Attleboro, Massachusetts. Displayed below is the only current social network for Seven Arrows Farm which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Seven Arrows Farm on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 63.

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346 Oakhill Ave
Attleboro, MA 02703
(508) 399-7860
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Susun Weed! Registration is now open for this awesome weekend!

Here at 7Arrows. Come! (Remember rescues and other non profit organizations are welcome to hold fundraising events here at no charge.)
Come get your own paws dirty and support our pups while creating a one of a kind piece of living art.Oh did we mention there would be mimosas, cheese, fruit & sweets? A perfect way to enjoy a pre-spring afternoon in a beautiful location! Seating is limited so reserve your place soon! The Indoor/Outd...

Calendar Listing - Extended info and pricing to follow! 1. March 12. 11am-4pm Intuition Development and Vision Boarding – What does Spirit want you to Know? Explore mediumship, intuition, psychometry, law of attraction, angels, guides, pendulums, crystals, loved ones in Spirit, and more! Intuitive Medium/Author/Teacher Caroline Zani March 12. 11am-4pm 2. Spring, 2017. Practical Herbalism 2-Under the supervision of Nurse/Herbalist, Bonnie Kavanagh, students will participate as student/observers in a Free Herbal Monthly Clinic open to members of the community who will receive a full herbal consultation. Level II students will continue to deepen their practical knowledge/experience. Spring. 2017 3. April 22. 1pm. -5pm Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower Making Contact: Spring Time Plants, Music of the Plants and Their Sacred Geometrical Formations. An in depth early season weed walk on wild nutritionals & medicinals tasting spring time bitters that are as potent as the hands-on segment of a guided group meditation with plant music and their sacred geometric meta-formations (seen for the first time this year!) 4. April 30-31, 2017 An adventure with Susun Weed!. Join Susun for a day or a weekend filled with green blessings. Our meandering path will be guided by the needs and desires of …. you. Where will we go? What will we find? Come find out!

Seven Arrows Farm shared New England School of Horticulture and Practical Herbalism's photo.
$175 for one day, $300 for the weekend. If you are an inspiring herbalist or your soul belongs to the outdoors come!

PRACTICAL HERBALISM PRACTICAL HERBALISM combines herbal pioneer and superstar, Rosemary Gladstar’s, joyful heart centered Science and Art of Herbalism Correspondence course of study and material with Nurse/Herbalist Bonnie Kavanagh’s 35 years of herbal and medical experience both as practitioner and teacher. All participants will receive Rosemary’s highly esteemed course valued $375. If you already own the course we will happily deduct the course cost from the cost of our program. (Rosemary Gladstar is a pioneer in the herbal movement and has been called the 'godmother of American Herbalism'. She is the founder of the California School of Herbal Studies, the oldest running herb school in the United States, author of The Science and Art of Herbalism home study course, and is the organizer of the International Herb Symposium and The New England Women's Herbal Conference held annually in NE. Rosemary is also the author of numerous herb books.) This program promises to be a unique blend of extensive information and practical plant based experience in the garden. Bonnie brings a rare combination of allopathic and complementary tradition to her work as a practicing herbalist/teacher. Class participants will plant, tend,harvest and process fresh herbs from their own “Apprentice Garden” here at Seven Arrows. Judy Marcellot, of Seven Arrows, will join in as guest facilitator for special horticultural related experiential activities, sharing skills she has learned as a plants woman, an aromatherapist and a “spiritual being having a physical experience.” “Plants help remind us of our interconnectedness to all creation. Herbalists need to regularly get their hands in the soil. Outdoors, the garden, planting, growing are important parts of this program in my humble opinion. I am really excited to share what I’ve learned these last 36 years at Seven Arrows,” says Judy. Practical Herbalism is much more than a traditional Herbal Apprenticeship course. Seven Arrows, which serves as the “campus” for this program is the not so silent teacher/partner in the program. It is our hope that participants will experience the peace, joy, and the overall “unseen” uniqueness of this place experienced over the years by tens of thousands of visitors, including international renowned herbal teachers and plants people. Course Instructor Bonnie Kavanagh has worked in both the allopathic and complementary healthcare fields for over 36 years, both as a registered nurse and a community herbalist. She is one of the founding members of the Ocean State Herbal Association and past board member of the Northeast Herbal Association. She has been a regular presenter at the renowned International Herbal Symposium held biennially at Wheaton College. She is also a current executive board member of the Hope Street Farmers Market in Providence, RI. In addition Bonnie brings many years of experience as a plants woman to her classes and programs. She is currently the Community Herbalist at Seven Arrows Farm. Enrollment Process: A pre-enrollment interview is required prior to the start of the program. This is only to ensure that the participant and the program are a good match for one another. Interviews can be arranged in person here at Seven Arrows or by Skype. Program Dates: Sundays, March 26, April 9, May 28, June 25, July 30, August 20, September 24, October 29, November 19 , December 17, 2017 Program Time: 10am-4pm Program Tuition: $1,600. Cost of the program includes all materials including copies of Rosemary Gladstar’s Art and Science of Herbal Medicine and packets of dried herbs needed for homework lessons. A deposit of $250 must be received by the first week in March. Credit cards accepted. Payment plans may be arranged on an individual basis. Call to register and arrange payment. (508)399-7860