Upcoming Events and Classes

What’s Happening at Four Winds Farm

“A Place to Grow”

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(These Events and More on our Calendar Page)

New this year: U-Pick and Flower and Herb CSA

(Community Supported Agriculture)

Four Winds Farm is offering an opportunity for you and your family to pick a broad variety of beautiful flowers and fresh herbs, weekly, for a really low price or $75! Both flower and herb selections will vary through-out the growing
season. Cutting flowers will be planted all around the front herb garden, also near the farm market. PLUS for kids and adventure seekers (like Deborah), there will be a flower path to the back sensory gardens including the pollinator garden, fairy garden, tea garden and more.  Each week an email will show photos and locations for the many flowers and herbs to collect. A few herbal recipes and tips will also be included for the 17 weeks. Scissors and sizing-containers will be set out to make for easy harvesting.

Enroll Here –  While Shares Last. Limit 25 shares. $75 each (FULL)

Sensory/Healing Gardens Experience:

A Rainbows of Hope Sensory Garden stimulates all the senses: sight, sound, smell, taste, touch and enjoyment! Tours offer an opportunity to deeply relax and enjoy the beauty. We offer sensory garden tours to clubs, groups and organizations for all ages; including seniors,
disabled, and disadvantaged. Guided tours include the front herb and flower garden; along with the flower path to the back butterfly and meditation other gardens and the pyramids gardens. Enjoy various sensory activities. Harvest a bouquet of cut flowers to take home! Plan for about 90 minutes for this sensory adventure. Prices vary.

Prices vary according to the activities planned.
Best dates are late-May to mid-October.
Best times are morning or after 5pm.
Book a Tour by Calling 217-257-1480

Flowers for Emotional Healing:

 An Interactive, Healing Journey into the Realm of Flowers and Flower Remedies

Join Deborah for an opportunity to bask in the beauty of flowers, with all your senses. And, discover how flowers can mediate mental and emotional patterns. Leave with a personal flower remedy for your specific emotional need. Classes include time in the herb garden (weather permitting); herbal tea and U-Pick bouquet of cut flowers to take home.        Best times are: 9AM-noon or 1-4PM.  June – October. $40 per person. Book Your Group by Call or Text  to 217-257-1480

 

The Kitchen Herbalist Series

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                                                                      (Limit 10. Please wear a mask.)

 Strengthen Your Immune System: Wednesday, June 24th 6 – 8:30pm   $25

Fresh herbs and produce are abundant now. Learn how food, and certain herbs, can be your medicine. Understand the role herbs, vegetables, fruit, and berries play in strengthening your immune system and your health in general.  Make an anti-viral tincture. Drink a healthy smoothie; sample some farm fresh veggies, berries, and herbs from the farm. Take home a packet of helpful information.

                                                     Learn valuable tips to help protect you and your family
 

Flower Remedies for Emotional Balancing: Wednesday, July 15th  6-8:30pm   $25

A flower remedy (or essence) is an unscented, herbal infusion made from the flowering part of a plant. Understand how flower remedies can be helpful with stress, anxiety and related emotional disturbances. Discover how patterns in flowers mesh with archetypes of emotions. Take home a personalized flower remedy. (Note these water infusions are safe taken during pregnancy or with any medications.)

                                                 Explore the Flower Gardens. Learn about Flower Power!

 

More Kitchen Herbalist Classes July-October 2020. Details soon!

     Coming Autumn of 2020

8-week Apprenticeship in Traditional Herbal Medicine! 

Mid September – November, 2020

   Taught by Deborah Lee, with Terri Hanlin