June 1 2019 10:00 am   through   June 1 2019 5:00 pm
14500 Juanita Dr NE
Bastyr University
Kenmore, WA 98028
UNITED STATES
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Enjoy live music, cooking demos, healthy food, expert talks, hands-on workshops, plant sale, and kids' activities! Free shuttle every 30 minutes at the Kenmore Park and Ride!

Celebrate cultural traditions at the 21st Annual Herb and Food Fair! Attend for free and enjoy,

  • Expert Talks
  • Hands-on Workshops
  • Cooking Demos
  • Live Music
  • Garden Tours
  • Healthy Food
  • Plant Sales
  • Kid Activities

Keynote Presentations include:

Revitalizing Coast Salish Food Culture

By Valerie Segrest

Native nutrition educator, enrolled member of the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe and author of Feeding the People, Feeding the Spirit, Revitalizing Northwest Coastal Indian Food Culture

Food as Medicine

By Marc Williams

Ethnobiologist and Executive Director of Plants and Healters International

Parking Info

FREE shuttle every 30 minutes from Kenmore Park and Ride 9:30am-5:30pm

7346 NE Bothell Way. 

Very limited campus parking | $5

Schedule

Auditorium

Keynote speakers:

11:30 am – Mark Williams

2:00 pm – Valerie Segrest

Room 63

10:00 am – Dr. Benjamin Boonchai Apichai: “Pain Management with Chinese Herbs”

11:00 am –“Keeping Our Cultures Alive: A Student Panel”

12:30 pm – Dr. Jiwan Shakti Genceli: “Ayurvedic Nutrition”

1:30 pm – Janna Taylor: “Traditional Food Preservation”

2:30 pm – Dani Hoots: “9 Herbs of Odin: Viking Traditions of Herbal Medicine”

3:30 pm – Jacquie Hill:  “Plants of the Finnish Traditions: The Kalevala and Sami Cultures”

Gazebo

10:00 am – Diana Law: “Improving Digestion: Herbal and Functional Approaches”

11:00 am – Ebony Caldwell: “Connecting with your African Roots”

12:00 pm – Suzanne Tabert: “Herbal Medicine and Health Practices in the Eastern European Tradition”

1:00 pm – Dr. Jenn Dazey, AHG: “Culinary Forestry: How Functional Foods can Save Family Trees”

2:00 pm – Dr. Robin DiPasqualie: “Herbs of Ayurvedic Medicine”

3:00 pm – Dr. Jessica Gee: “A Conversation about acknowledging cultural appropriation”

4:00 pm – Natalie Hammerquist: “Decentering the Teacher”

Walks:

10:00 am – Lauren Flanagan: “Plant ID & A Conversation on Environmental Reciprocity”

11:00 am – Kaylee Spiderwings “Preserving Native Medicines”

12:00 pm – Emer: “Medicine and Mysticism: Native Plants of Ireland”

1:00 pm – Dr. Brendon Fegan: “Traditional Chinese Medicine Herbal Walk”

2:00 pm –  Crystal Hamby: “The Medicine Chest of the Forest: Discovering Herbs of the PNW Bioregion in Support of Good Health”

3:00 pm –  Elaynee Eden “Medicinal Herbs of the Mediterranean with a Culinary Lens”

4:00 pm – Rebecca Benfield: “Herbs of the Appalachian Region”

Nutrition Kitchen

10:30 - Jenny Pak - “Chocolate Macaroon Tarts”

12:00 - Julie O’Brien from Firefly- “Probiotic peanut butter”

2:00 - Tiffany Cole - “Caramelized Shiitake Spread”

3:30 - Kristen Cortina - “Ginger Tea with Almond Thumbprint Cookies and Homemade Jam”

 

Hurb fair Schedule