We are so happy that our local chapter of the American Herbalists Guild (AHG) has the opportunity to represent the tradition of herbal medicine in Savannah, GA during the largest Food Day event in the nation organized by Well Fed Magazine – #savannahfoodday !!!
Read on to learn about our Fire-Cider Making Workshop, our Food Day Booth and our chapter of the American Herbalists Guild.
Fire Cider-Making Workshop
Georgia’s Lowcountry Chapter of the American Herbalists Guild is presenting a FREE fire cider-making workshop at Food Day in Savannah (10/24) at 1pm.
Come on by!
If you missed the workshop, follow us on Facebook – we’ll be posting the recipe soon!
Our Food Day Booth
The Food Day Booth for Georgia’s Lowcountry Chapter of the American Herbalists Guild was put together by volunteering local herbnerds who love connecting plants and people.
On display for our community, we’ve got…
What Is Savannah Food Day?
Savannah Food Day is a day-long community event organized by Well Fed Savannah, a free monthly publication featuring (in their own words) stories that foster sustainable living in Savannah. People gather to celebrate sustainable living as it relates to food.
The impressive turnout for #savannahfoodday represents the growing interest in the lowcountry of making our community a shining example of transformed food consciousness and greater health.
About Our Local American Herbalists Guild (AHG) Chapter
We are thrilled to have been interviewed for the October issue of Well Fed Magazine. You can read a PDF of the article (featuring VIRIDITAS – the healing power of green things) here.
Georgia’s Lowcountry Chapter of the American Herbalists Guild is the newest of the American Herbalists Guild’s (AHG) 19 local chapters across the country. AHG is a national non-profit organization of professional herbalists that welcomes folks from all levels who are interested in the tradition of herbal medicine.
There were about 500 new AHG members this year (compared to about 60 last year). Check out www.americanherbalistsguild.org to learn more and don’t forget to sign up for our emails to learn more about community events in the Lowcountry.