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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED: Community Forum on Lyme Prevention

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED

LIVING IN NATURE: A COMMUNITY FORUM ON LYME PREVENTION AND SUPPORT

Due to an unforeseen circumstance, this event has been postponed.

Apologies for the inconvenience.
We hope to reschedule in the fall.

 

Heidi Harding, Nicole Lobue, and Dr. Gena Wilson
Hosted by The Liberi School
3521 U.S. Route 9, Hudson, NY 12534
(518) 697-5065

Heidi Harding, M.S., LAc. is a licensed and board certified acupuncturist. In 2002, she began practicing Classical Chinese Medicine and Tibetan Bon Buddhism. Heidi is the Co-Founder and President of Humla Fund, a non-profit dedicated to preserving traditional healing arts in the Humla District of Nepal. Heidi works in close connection with the indigenous shamans from this area, and is the clinical director for an annual mobile health clinic in the remote Himalayan mountains of Nepal and Tibet. Heidi has a private practice in Spencertown, NY where she works with children and adults in the prevention and treatment of Lyme Disease. She has a passion for using ancient wisdom traditions to help individuals heal their body, mind and relationship with nature.


is a chef, herbalist, and educator. She credits growing up in a Sicilian family, and their relationship to food, for her own love and passion for food as medicine. She grew up full of mulberries, wild dandelion Nicole LoBue and onion. This love and passion leavesinforms and permeates her practice across fields: over the past twenty years, Nicole's work has linked food, wellness, service and education in various collaborations, organizations, and in her own private practice. She is a co-founder and the Director of Education of Kite's Nest, an alternative learning center for young people in Hudson, NY. She is also the Culinary Arts Director of the Alimentary Kitchen in Hudson, where she facilitates workshops and experiences that offer a supportive environment for children and teenagers to pursue and develop a relationship to herbalism, wellness, self care, food access and food justice. Across her work -- in her herbalism practice, in the kitchen, or in the classroom -- Nicole creates spaces that foster critical inquiry and systems-thinking, connection to plants and to the natural world, and that speak to the intersections between political, personal, and ecological well-being.

Gena Wilson, MD is a family medicine doctor who has practiced in the Hudson Valley since 2009. She has cared for many patients with Lyme disease and also has personal experience with the illness. Dr. Wilson believes in a holistic approach to preventing and treating Lyme infection.

Earlier Event: April 19
Wild Arts Camp