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25180 County Road 48
Peconic, NY, 11958
United States


Sang Lee Farms is a certified organic farm on the North Fork of Long Island. We specialize in Asian Specialty produce, Value-added products made in our certified organic kitchen, and much more.

We sell our products online, in our retail shoppe, at farmer's markets, and through our CSA Farmshare Program.

Plant Medicine Workshops & Intensive Series





(includes $100 materials fee)

Non-refundable deposit of $140 due now.

Remaining $700 due 1/3/2019.

*Space limited to 10 students.*

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Jan 10 (5:30-8:30pm) • Jan 17 (5-8:30pm) • Jan 24 (5-9pm) • Jan 31 (5-8:30pm)

Feb 7th (5-9pm: final class with potluck celebration)

Please join certified herbalist and flower essence practitioner Courtney Hall this winter for an 18-hour Herbal Studies Program for beginners! Winter on Long Island is a perfect time of year to dive deep and learn about the many facets of plant medicine and self-healing.  We will stay warm and busy this winter crafting teas, tinctures, oils, and salves in our certified kitchen!


  • energy and flower medicine, sitting in meditation with several plants

  • making a proper root tea called a decoction

  • medicinal mushrooms 

  • herbs for building the immune system

  • herbs for the male and female reproductive systems

  • hands-on medicine making

Courtney will guide you through a wholesome, joyful, and hands-on approach to living a more mindful and healthy life by means of connecting with plants as food and medicine. This series will focus heavily on self-care and the importance of sourcing, preparing, and taking the time to treat and cook oneself nourishing therapeutic remedies. You will take home teas, tinctures, oils, salves, and recipes, but even more importantly you will leave knowing how to better care for yourself utilizing simple, all-natural practices that rest beneath your very feet.

ADDITIONAL CURRICULUM: medicinal properties and origins of herbs, medicine making and formulating: hand-crafting your own tincture, cordial, and salve, harvesting and drying herbs, infusions and decoctions, body systems and contraindications, proper dosage and application of herbs, actions of herbs, root medicine / root veggies, medicinal mushrooms, liver health, energy medicine / flower essences, eating with the seasons


Can’t make the whole series? Join us for one or more classes by dropping in.

Space is limited to only four drop-in students per class so registration is required.

Classes 1 and 5 are reserved for full-series students only.

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CLASS 2: Thursday Jan 17th

5:00 - 8:30 PM • $95

preventative medicine, herbs and medicinal mushrooms as treatment


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CLASS 3: Thursday Jan 24th

5:00 - 9:00PM • $95

exploring flower essences and energy medicine

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CLASS 4: Thursday Jan 17th

5 - 8:30 PM • $95

herbs to treat, protocols to heal


Courtney Lee Hall

is a Certified Herbalist through the California School of Herbal Studies (500 +hr.), and a Certified Flower Essence Practitioner through Alaskan Essences.  Having studied two years under a Cherokee native, and completed a traditional Lakota vision quest and sweat lodge training, she focuses heavily on Native American energetics, vibrational therapeutics, and western herbalism. She is dedicated to teaching and healing through nature, reconnecting people with spirit, and being a caretaker of this beautiful planet. Courtney has been in practice teaching, treating, and creating herbal formulas for over 8 years. You can find her teaching workshops on the farm, working with one-on-one clients developing flower essence formulas, or working on the farm at Sang Lee in Peconic  or Deep Roots in Southold. 

Since meeting Courtney this past fall, I’ve completed three of her classes. I’m in awe of her unlimited enthusiasm, the depth and scope of her knowledge and most importantly, “her open heart”. She seems to never tire of sharing information. I’ve incorporated plant medicine in my life on a daily bases with beneficial teas and healthy menu planning. Again, thank you.
— Mary R.