Viburnum opulus - Cramp bark


Workshops and Walks
Due to the current COVID regulations, I am not setting dates for workshops and walks. If you would like to meet up in Amsterdam, to walk and look at the local seasonal plants or to do some outdoor crafting, then please let me know and we can arrange a date.

UH students should email Lynn if they would like to arrange a meeting.

Friday 22nd January at 19:30 - 20:15
Ivy - A historic and modern herb for winter?
Every two weeks thereafter
Here's the regular link

Urban Herbology is now a registered training provider with the CMA

New Unit - Inks
This was created due to the Zoom session on 30th October, where Lynn and Livvy showed how to make a simple and useful ink from the coal fungus. The unit mentions many alternatives, which make useful inks.

We are delighted that Urban Herbology became a registered training school with the CMA (Complementary Medical Association), during summer 2020.

Each course within the Urban Herbology Apprenticeship is being individually evaluated by the CMA. The first two, Urban Herbology Foraging and Urban Herbology Crafting have been approved and are now Accredited by and Registered with the CMA. The other courses will be evaluated next year.

Zoom Gatherings
Online Zooming for past and present apprentices began in April 2020. If that's you, drop in anytime!

No experience is needed - No pressure to attend each time - Just drop in when you like!

This is a good opportunity to have a chat with Lynn, ask any questions and sometimes we plan ahead to make herbal preparations together such as creams, elixirs, pills, and tinctures. We chat about anything - not only herb stuff.

I think it's always nice to put a face to a name, especially if you are following the course from another country.

Next Zooms:
Friday 27th November 2020
19:30 - 20:15ish
Every two weeks thereafter.
Here's the regular Zoom link

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