Due to the current pandemic, we will not be meeting in person at Beerburg. Ginger will lead an herb walk on Instagram live from 11am -12pm and it will be available to anyone who wants to watch! Please follow @sacredjourneyherbalism on Instagram and click on our story at 11am to see the live herb walk. If you’d like for us to keep in touch, please go ahead and RSVP here so that we can reach out to you about future walks and classes!
Join herbalist Ginger Webb for a gentle walk exploring the medicinal uses of local plants. The walk will be outside, so please dress accordingly. In the case of inclement weather, check your email the morning of the event for updates. The walk is FREE, but you must add this item to your cart & checkout to RSVP.
Sunday, March 29th, 2020
11 am – 12 pm
Ginger Webb is a community herbalist, mother, permaculturist, and wild plant lover. She has owned and operated Texas Medicinals, her herbal medicine making business, since 1999, supplying Central Texas with high quality tinctures, teas, salves, and other herbal remedies. She is the Founder, Director and Primary Instructor of Sacred Journey School of Herbalism, which offers many classes including a 9-month, 200-hour herbalist training program, along with Community Classes, and Kitchen Witchery Classes. Upon request from other mamas in her community, she created herbalist training programs and nature camps for adolescent girls dubbed Little Green Witches. Her intention is not just to train people to become herbalists, but most importantly to help awaken and nurture their innate love for the plants and the earth. Ginger counts many teachers along her herbal path, most notably Michael Moore (1999 SWSBM graduate) and Sage L. Maurer (Gaia School of Healing & Earth Education). She is one of the pillars of the Central Texas herbalist community and may be best known for providing herbal care for midwives and mothers, free community herb walks, and identifying native plants on Facebook at a moment’s notice.
- March 29, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm