This class is the second of our post-capitalist cannabis series. Understanding that this sacred plant is more than just a commodified product, this class is geared towards the beginner soil-based outdoor cannabis grower, or a refresher for those of us returning to the practice. Debora’s perspective is informed by her values of responsibility to the earth and creating community around sharing information and seeds. She also shares about the importance of intention in your relationship with your plants.
We will talk about the current stage of the cannabis plants in your yard, and look at how sexing trimming, and feeding can be done.
What are the benefits of stressing before harvest?
How do you determine the correct harvest time?
What are the different trimming techniques?
What kind of space and materials are needed for trimming, drying, and storing of our medicine?
How is curing different than drying and why is this process so beneficial?
Debora will answer these questions and lead us into discussion that encourages participants to share their experiences.
Finally, we will learn Debora’s processes for using trim, making oils, lotions, salves, and scrubs. We will get to sample her home made lotion and she will demonstrate making a raw cacao ganache.
Sliding scale suggested donation: $50 to $80
No one turned away for lack of funds.
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Debora Fearon lives in Estancia, NM and is delighted to share her passion for the cannabis plant! She has spent many years learning from the plants themselves. Her ethics are to leave the land better than she found it, and to stimulate a gifting economy by sharing all that she has learned from her experiments and happy accidents with this powerful medicine plant.