Live Sustainable, Lincoln County is a non-profit organization that works to help people lead more environmentally friendly, fair and economical lives for the good of their families, their community and the planet.
Upcoming Live Sustainable Programs
Live Sustainable Hosts Program about Natural Medicines in Modern Times
What do these 5 plants have in common?? Garlic, Elder, Calendula, Marshmallow, and Echinacea. Sounds like a recipe gone wrong. Live Sustainable, Lincoln County invites you to their March program held on Thursday, March 5th at 6 p.m. in the lower level Room 156 at the Lincoln County Service Center, 801 North Sales Street in Merrill.
Holly Behrens, owner of Main Street Apothecary is presenting five amazing medicinal herbal allies that you can plant in your garden that will help your body bolster immunity levels, fight infections, and reduce inflammation. Garlic, Elder, Calendula, Marshmallow, and Echinacea.
At Main Street Apothecary, their mission is to help their clients take their health into their own hands. They aim to educate, encourage, and empower people to once again use herbal medicine daily. They offer advice and guidance to their clients to build an everyday life experience that will naturally encourage health and wellness. Main Street Apothecary is located at 1027 E Main St Merrill, WI 54452.
Live Sustainable, Lincoln County is a non-profit organization that works to help people lead more environmentally friendly, fair and economical lives, for the good of their families, their community, and the planet. What is sustainable living? Our definition is: A life that is deeply satisfying, fulfilling, and appealing because it is socially, environmentally, and economically responsible. It’s about making changes and informed choices, even small ones that improve the quality of our lives and of the planet for future generations. Live Sustainable is a club of the Lincoln County Home and Community Education.
You do not need to be a member of Live Sustainable to attend (although new members are always welcome). We encourage audience participation, questions, and your ideas for future programming.