GRATITUDE to everyone who made our Harvest Dinner a great success. With your support, we raised $3,300!!! We could not have done it with out a LONG list of volunteers that made the evening possible.
This magical event was Co-sponsored by our dear friends, The Little Lake Grange. The tradition of Harvest Dinners at the Grange has been stewarded by many groups for over a decade. We are so grateful to have the opportunity to carry the torch and add our own herbal touch.
For the second year in a row, our delicious meal was dreamed up and prepared by Danny Becker and Tanner Frye, with the help of many volunteers.
This year, the Herb Guild purchased much of the produce, in a show of solidarity to our local farmers. We also received generous donations from many farms. We would like to thanks the following farms for making this meal possible: Happy Day Farms, Seely Farms, Cinnamon
Bear Farms, Yokayo Roots Farm, New Agrarian Collective, Nurturing Seed, Green Uprising Farm and Irene’s Garden. We purchased much of the produce from the MendoLake Food Hub.
The local bar, organized by Michelle Cummins, featured donations from Anderson Valley Brewing Company, San Hedrin Brewery, Frey Vineyards, Tamar Distillery, The Apple Farm, Anarchy Herbals, and Christina McCoy.
Thank you to Donna d’Terra, Selena Rowan, Karin Uphoff, and Antoinette Ascencio for warming our hearts with your beautiful words.
The beautiful centerpieces were created by Donna d’Terra and Jonelle Puetz
The incredible Silent Auction, which brought in $1,000, was organized by Keoma McCaffrey
Caitlin Wolf and AnnaHope organized the Herb Guild Apothecary and Vendors.
With the addition of the $3,300 we raised, we now have $7,300 saved towards our $10,000 goal for an Herb Bus. If you would like to support us further, feel free to Donate below. Gratitude!
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The MISSION of the Mendocino County Herb Guild is to gather as farmers, medicine makers and community members to create Full-Circle Herbalism. Full-Circle Herbalism benefits the community through regenerative cultivation and wild-crafting of herbs, intentional medicine-making, conscious education, and the development of accessible apothecaries and clinics so that healing plant medicine can be available to all who need it. Together, we are cultivating a self-reliant and resilient County by embracing the herbal resources of this bioregion to educate, empower and heal ourselves, each other, and the land so that Mendocino County and beyond may thrive.