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Hi, I’m Erin LaFaive

I’m a herbalist providing herbal information to enhance your overall wellness or sleuth out an herbal remedy for a particular issue troubling you.

Think of me as an herbal life coach – ready to listen to your wellness needs and guide you toward plants that match your wellness goals and attune to your lifestyle. 

See my latest offers below to explore how you can work with me:

Hi, I’m Erin LaFaive

I’m a herbalist providing herbal information to enhance your overall wellness or sleuth out an herbal remedy for a particular issue troubling you.

Hi, I’m Erin LaFaive

I’m a herbalist providing herbal information to enhance your overall wellness or sleuth out an herbal remedy for a particular issue troubling you.

Upcoming offerings

October

Herbs for Everyday 4 week workshop, on-line $98 https://ce.uwec.edu/programs/herbalism-for-everyday-use/
Hosted by University of Wisconsin Eau Claire – Continuing Education

 

Conference presenter
Season of the Witch Conference
Register here 

 

 

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Join the Green Witch Gardening E-course

Green Witch Gardening eCourse will help you can the necessary skills and knowledge for growing a bountiful garden.

Whether you dream of cultivating herbs, flowers, or vegetables, this eCourse will provide you with the tools you need to succeed.
Details here.

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Using the step-by-step workbook for learning herbalism with ease.

What aspect of your health could
benefit from herbal remedies?

Are you interested in adding medicinal herbs to your wellness routine?

Whether you are looking for a one or two herbs that help with a particular health goals or looking for herbal coaching on a complex health issue I’m here to help.

Choose an herbal coaching package that’s right for your needs and budget.

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Latest Articles on my Blog

Lessons from the Garden: Roots (part 2)

Lessons from the Garden: Roots (part 2)

In part 1 of “Lessons from the Garden: Roots” I described how planting comfrey and Purple coneflower into my new garden became more difficult than anticipated and what I learned from that challenge.    In part 2, I’ll share more about why I like having comfrey...

Lessons from the Garden: Roots (part 1)

Lessons from the Garden: Roots (part 1)

  My comfrey and echinacea plants are so ready for a nap. Comfrey looks like wilted spaghetti and echinacea looks like a lady after a night at the bar, scorned by a lover, and woke up in a bathroom stall (sorry echinacea, you’re beautiful to me). Even though they...

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