Forest Fresh Workshop: Herbal Hygiene  

Riddell Preserve, Healdsburg  

Sunday, November 10th 10am-2pm  

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Join Herbalist Allie Cuozzo for midday oral medicine making at Riddell Preserve, LandPaths' quiet and wild oasis in Healdsburg. Incorporating processes learned from teachers at the California School of Herbal Studies, Allie will offer how to use trees from Riddell and locally grown herbs to maintain fresh, healthy, happy oral hygiene.  We’ll create our own mouth rinse and paste within an oak, madrone and bay forest, with amazing views from the rustic cabin.  

Sorridere! (to smile) 

Location: Due to limited parking at the preserve, we will all meet at the City Corporation Yard in Healdsburg, park our cars, and carpool for a short drive to the Preserve. The City Corporation Yard is found at 550 Westside Rd, Healdsburg, CA 95448.  We will meet at 9:45. 

What to bring: 

  • Comfortable walking shoes 

  • Water bottle 

  • Sun hat, sunscreen, etc.  

  • Snacks for the day (if you’d like) 

  • A notebook, and something to write with  


  • The cost is $20 for adults and $10 for youth 

  • No one will be turned away for a lack of funds. Scholarships are available. Please contact Jesica Rodriguez at (707)544-7284 #107 if you need assistance 


  • Space is limited to 12; all ages welcome. 

  • This event will be led by Allie Cuozzo, Oakland & Healdsburg based Herbalist 

  • All herbs & medicine making materials are provided 

  • No experience is necessary to join 

  • Participants will create two thoughtful takeaways in this workshop  


More details:  

  • Adults will be asked to sign a liability waiver  

  • We ask that you leave your pets at home for this event  

  • Unfortunately, this event is not wheelchair accessible although we are seeking ways to adapt to this in the future. 

  •  Participants will enjoy a walk up a steep, well-graded trail to the Cabin where we will be creating our herbal medicine. 

  • We hope you can join us; we’ll be happy to see you up, up on the hill along West Dry Creek Rd. 

Contact: For any questions or concerns, or if you'd like to register over the phone, please contact Jesica Rodriguez by emailing or by calling (707)544-7284 #107 

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