Fri, Jun 25 | Maple Grove Hot Springs

Wild Teas and Bees - Be Well Workshop

Explore the wild landscape of Maple Grove as we forage for medicinal native plants and learn about wild bees in this one day workshop. Guests will take home a bundle of wildcrafted tea and a native bee hive. Optional 2 night stay packages are available.
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Wild Teas and Bees - Be Well Workshop

Time & Location

Jun 25, 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM MDT
Maple Grove Hot Springs, Maple Grove Hot Springs, Idaho 83283, USA

About the Event

Join us for a one-day workshop about Wild Teas and Bees with botanist & herbalist, Rikki Longino. Learn how to identify key plants and pollinators that compose the unique biome of Maple Grove Hot Springs. We will walk the land and work with some of the wild medicinal plants on site and brew them into a woodland tea. We will also learn facts and behaviors about stingless native bees, on which our collective futures depend. As we enjoy our wildcrafted tea, we will construct attractive hives for native cavity-nesting bees using recycled materials and our boundless imaginations. Guests will take home a bundle of wildcrafted tea and a native bee hive. 

Come join us and a safe, small number of hot spring loving strangers as we get out of our comfort zones and into some practical skills, ideas, and rituals that have the ability to alter the way we view and experience our inner and outer landscape.

This one-day workshops includes everything you need to become familiar with ethical wildcrafting and the importance of native bees as well as some toasty hot springing and tasty meals. Space is limited and ticket options include both day-of only and two-night packages.

Friday - Workshop Day

10 AM Check -In, Soak + Relax

12 PM  Light Lunch and Orientation + Introductions

1 PM  Foraging hike with Rikki

3 PM  Enjoy wildcrafted tea while building stunning native bee hives

6 PM Tin Foil Dinner + Farewell

Optional Two Night Package

A select number of two-night stays are available Thursday 3 pm - Saturday 11 am.

About the trainer-

Rikki Longino is a community botanist, herbalist and organizer in Salt Lake City, Utah. They founded The Mobile Moon Co-op, a female and queer farm and apothecary and currently work as the City Library's Community Garden Coordinator and the University of Utah's Environmental Humanities Resident Practitioner. Rikki can be found hands in the dirt, face in a flower, pockets full of seeds, and teeth munching wild greens any given day. They are motivated by the way elements of a healthy ecosystem intersect and support one another, by the way moon cycles wax and wane, and by the expansion of imagination in the face of crisis.

For more information about Rikki and the Mobile Moon Co-op visit www.mobilemooncoop.org

Social: @mobilemooncoop

What to bring:

Swimsuit, towel, comfortable clothes for hiking. Friday lunch and dinner are included. Snacks and meals for Thursday and Saturday are not included. Overnight guests can familiarize themselves with our space at https://www.maplegrovesprings.com/faqs

Reservations
Price
Quantity
Total
  • Participant - Day Only
    $150
    +$9 Sales
    $150
    +$9 Sales
    0
    $0
  • Sold Out
    Double Canvas Package for 2
    $585
    +$35.10 Sales
    $585
    +$35.10 Sales
    0
    $0
  • Twin Canvas Package for 2
    $550
    +$33 Sales
    $550
    +$33 Sales
    0
    $0
  • Sold Out
    Queen Canvas Package for 1
    $335
    +$20.10 Sales
    $335
    +$20.10 Sales
    0
    $0
  • Shared Campsite Package for 1
    $225
    +$13.50 Sales
    $225
    +$13.50 Sales
    0
    $0
Total$0

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