About The Wild Garden
Offering educational plant walks and herbal workshops, The Wild Garden introduces community members to bioregional, edible and medicinal plants.
The Wild Garden is located on the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg People, in what is now known as the Lanark Highlands, ON. The Wild Garden commits to making meaningful, ongoing contributions to actively support Indigenous Sovereignty.
Amber Westfall, RH
My name is Amber (she/her). I am a registered herbalist, plant-lover, medicine maker, seasoned gardener, and wildcrafter. I’m also a passionate educator, eager to invite people into relationship with plants.
The intersections of herbalism, sustainability, environmental ethics and social justice are deeply rooted in my work. I strive to provide accessible herbal care and purposeful education, that is in service to the plants, people and environment. I began my herbal studies in 2008, and since then, have built my practice to offer herbal consultations, plant walks, workshops and youth programming.
I look forward to connecting with you!