Traditional Foods Workshop: Cooking with Medicinal Herbs

July 22 - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

This is the first in a series of three workshops discussing different methods and recipes for making traditional foods. We will demystify what traditional foods are and why you need to know about them. Weaved into all three courses will be discussion around the concept of food as medicine for both people and the planet, as well as how the intention behind what we create in the kitchen has a biological effect on our body

This first course is all about ways we can incorporate herbal medicine in our daily cooking. Students will harvest fresh herbs on the farm and create a few simple and delicious dishes while learning about the medicinal value of plants used in the recipe. 

Class fee: $65


Cancellation Policy: Cancellations within 14 days of the event are non-refundable.

Special:  Register for all 3 Traditional Foods Workshops for $150  HERE

Please note: there are no refunds when purchasing the package of all three workshops.

About Kelsey
Kelsey Conger has been studying natural medicine, nutrition, and healthy living for many years. After her own experiences with autoimmune illness, she turned to herbal medicine and traditional lifestyles to experience greater health and well-being. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and Earth Based Institute, where she received certifications for health coaching and nature-connected life coaching. She practices in Fort Collins and Boulder as a Wellness Coach specializing in mindfulness practices, functional nutrition, herbal medicine, and yoga. To learn about her practice or for recipes and tips on healthy living you can visit her site at

Kelsey has worked at Three Leaf Farm for two years, helping to care for the organically grown vegetables, herbs, and flowers, the wild medicine trail, trees, honeybees, horses, chickens, goats, and the Kid’s Homesteading Camp. Kelsey is a RYT200, RPYT, RCYT certified yoga instructor and leads yoga on Sunday mornings at Three Leaf Farm. She is currently a student at Naropa University completing the final semester of her Bachelor’s Degree in Contemplative Psychology and Environmental Studies with a Certification in Permaculture. The focus of her thesis project is on researching and developing a model for how humans can implement nature-based practices to mindfully influence their brain and biological make-up.

Kelsey is passionate about inspiring people to explore healthy living and how these mindfulness based practices can help them lead happier and more productive lives, while also connecting to nature and contributing to making our planet a better place.