- Co. Meath
There are three primary themes: first, Hamwood House heritage and history showcasing the original paintings and artwork of the Hamilton women. (Local Memory.) Second, integrating biodiversity into our actions, individual and communal, with hands-on identification and introduction to herbal remedies. (Herbal Wellness.) Third, is the concept of seasonal living via the Celtic calendar. (Ancestral Seasonal Living.)
Hamwood and Dunboyne through the artist’s brush
-house tours showcasing the paintings of the Hamilton sisters
- original garden and woodland design
-exploring the past with the cultivation of fruits and vegetables sold to the local
-engagement with the estate
Herbal healing in a biodiverse landscape
-ethical foraging, hands on plant identification
-exploring Ireland's traditional hedgerows
- the basics of plant medicine, tinctures, elixirs and infused oils
- raised beds and walled gardens / rewilding meadows
Ancestral Seasonal Living
Living and moving with the seasons
-connecting to ourselves and the earth around us
-individual and community wellness
-yoga in the walled garden, mindful forest walks and breathwork
-Providing opportunities via in person visits to remember our past locally and educate ourselves to understand the essential ways in which we grow as a local community.
-The importance of implementing biodiverse actives on different levels.
-The events will be inclusive and family friendly. The heritage and sustainability topics will be for various levels and opportunities for questions.
-Yoga and breathwork in the garden
-Foraging in the woodlands, meadows, fields and gardens.
-Demonstrations for basic herbal remedies