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Plant Walk: Littleton Riverwalk


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 Did you know there's a pharmacopea often right outside your door? Join our herbalist, Kim for an herbal medicine plant walk! Walk with us along Littleton’s beautiful Riverwalk & we'll learn how to safely identify & use a variety of plants, trees, and herbs that are simple & safe remedies in your journey to natural health.  

Great for children to learn the importance of caring for what we love!

 An informative & fun class! Give thanks to the plants. 

Bring along pen, paper, water and bug spray (available at the shop).

 Sunday, July 7th 2-3:30pm   Pre-registered is $15/ $5 (18 & under) (Day of is $20)

We meet and end AT THE SHOP.

 Register at the Shoppe at 19 Main Street in Littleton

Or call us at (603) 444-5577, or sign up at our online store

 At 5pm, we're also having our Send off celebration for our intern & employee Carrie and her family. You're welcome to stay, but do RSVP by calling the  shop or visiting our FB Event Page!



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***Purchases, classes, consultations or gift certificates support The Lakota Botanical Sanctuary, where we grow & protect endangered forest medicinal plants. Please understand that we can't offer refunds for classes. No exceptions please. You may have someone else come in your place however :-) Thank you!


We have fun together and enjoy sharing what we know to empower you! See you in class :-)


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  1. Herbal Plant & River Walk 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Jul 2019

    This is the third class that I have attended with Kim at the Little Herb Shoppe. They all were excellent. If anyone reads my note, I urge you to sign up for any future classes with her. You will find the classes worthwhile to learn about staying healthy. After attending this class, I went home and harvested a dandelion root, dried it in the sun, and made a health supporting tea from it the next day.

  2. Plant Walk on Littleton Riverwalk 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Sep 2018

    I had such a great time during the plant walk, and I learned a lot along the way. It was a beautiful morning with some great people, and Kim along with her assistant (was her name Carrie?) were very knowledgeable and patient. I have since roamed around my back yard to see if I had any of the plants, and I found some!I would certainly attend another educational session hosted by The Little Herb Shoppe in a heartbeat.


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