Saturday, March 21, 2020 9 am – 4 pm
WNC Fallon Campus, 160 Campus Way, Fallon
$25 Early Bird – $35 after March 14
Includes lunch & refreshments
Register online with credit card
Are you interested in growing lavender and aromatic herbs for commercial sales? Join us for a day of learning with farmer, aromatherapist and distiller Sandra Shuff. And meet and network with local lavender growers to learn more about local production.
Best varieties for distillation and commercial sales
Hydrosols – extraction, shelf life, and options beyond lavender
Drying & cleaning lavender and herbs
Distillation – copper vs. non-copper, fresh vs dried
Q & A session with local lavender growers
Farmer Sandra Shuff is owner and operator of Evening Light Lavender Farm, a 50-acre certified organic farm and forest in Deer Park, Washington. She is also a trained aromatherapist, distiller and owner of Positively Aromatic, a retail outlet that was born from her farm.
Her aromatic botanical farm grows approximately 21,000 lavender plants in 41 varieties, 1,000 lilacs, 200 rose geraniums and a variety of other herbs and flowers. Sandra distills 48 different botanicals including lavender, aromatic herbs and varieties of fir, pine and spruce.