First Aid

Providing first aid at a variety of settings  and believing in community

Rural First Aid

Since graduating the Northeast School of Botanical Medicine in 2014, I provide and coordinate first aid at different gatherings and events some being very remote and rural. I however don’t claim to be an expert. During  certain events I rely  on my  team of people to help. I’ve worked on a dirt floor clinic with a team of herbalists, ER doctors, nurses, and EMTS, to provide care to 400-700 people in a week. During the week there, we also mobilize and go to different campsites to check on people daily. I have also have been the first  aid  coordinator the  Great  Lakes Herb Faire, a weekend event with 300 attendees for the last six years. At the rural first aid setting we see:

2ND-3RD degree burns

Staph Infections


Substance Abuse

Urinary tract infections

Giardia from drinking live water and contaminated food.

Mental health


Snake bites


Sexual assault


Care Camper

Mobilizing free herbal care and education to vulnerable populations

Community Care Camper

The Community Care Camper was started in 2018 with a goal to provide free herbal services and education to people who are underserved. Currently we work with people who are experiencing homelessness, in and around Ann Arbor, Michigan. In the winter we travel to the warming centers that are located at different churches each month. Our services include first aid care, helping with colds, and flu, building immune function, and chronic health concerns. We also focus on public health education by educating people on self-care and match people with local resources. Because, the way today’s current political climate is, we are all under served in regards to accessing affordable healthcare. We look forward to expanding our services to other marginalized communities. Currently due to covid-19, and me having a baby the community care camper is  on hold. We hope to continue soon, and also have added help!


At the warming centers I can see up to ten people in two hours. Because this takes a lot of resources like; alcohol, glycerin, herbs, bottles, capsules, labels, and over the counter supplies- I have created a donate button. All money donated will go towards supplies for this cause and is deeply appreciated. These free clinics are modeled after my teachers Lorna Mauney -Brodek (Atlanta, GA) who runs, and 7song who is the co-founder of the Ithaca Free Clinic, and runs the Northeast School of Botanical Medicine.

Please follow the link below for a list of resources for women, sex workers, low income, homeless, and the LQBTQA community below

Sponsors of the Community Care Camper

We are closed!

With heavy hearts we are saying goodbye to our herb farm. 2023 will be our last growing year. Please continue to follow and support our other herbal and plant projects like bloodroot herb shop at The farm is in deep transition but continue to keep eyes on what may emerge. We cant thank everyone enough for the support throughout the years.

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