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Education Programs at Three Stone Hearth

Three Stone Hearth was the nation's first Community Supported Kitchen. We are informed by the values of Earth, Health and Heart, represented by the three stones of the ancient hearth form found around the world.

 

We seek to share knowledge and build community around our values of healing, traditional wisdom, cooperative, purposeful work and the integrity of a local food system. We offer classes and workshops, host speakers, and offer a variety of behind-the-scenes opportunities to get to know us, our foods and our business more deeply, from quick tours to week-long intensives.

 

Click on the links below to learn more about upcoming classes and workshops, and sign up on the bottom of our home page for our email newsletter, announcing our weekly menus, upcoming classes, events and other offerings.

In this class, we will discuss the causes of issues that parents are increasingly seeing in their children. We’ll explore new alternative concepts for early and interceptive orthodontics for children's growth and development, along with practical methods for healthy oral development and family lifestyle.

 

 

UPCOMING CLASSES

 

 

ANCESTRAL DIETS DAY-LONG INTENSIVE

SATURDAY, JUNE 30th, 9:15AM-3PM

Three Stone Hearth co-founder Jessica Prentice offers an in-depth investigation into the nutritional philosophy that underlies all of our work: The Nutritional Wisdom of Ancestral Diets. Class includes a nutrient-dense lunch with our staff. Cost is $60. Click here for details.

 

DAIRY IN TRADITIONAL AND MODERN DIETS

TUESDAY, JULY 17th, 6-8 PM

Enjoy an evening in our kitchen and learn how to make yogurt, butter, crème fraîche, and more with Linda Kallenberger, Three Stone Hearth worker-owner. She will review dairying as a cultural practice and nutritional strategy, as you explore hands-on techniques. Taste piima cream, feta cheese, dairy kefir and more, and go home with three samples of products made in class. Cost is $60. Click here for details.

 

UNDERSTANDING HOLISTIC GRAZING 

FRIDAY, JULY 27th, 5-6:30PM

Meet regenerative grazing advocate Ariel Greenwood, Freestone’s Grazing Manager, and learn about Holistic Planned Grazing and animal impact as a key part of their restoration efforts. Freestone’s vision is to reframe our relationships with the land, the animals, the people who care for them and the foods they provide us. Cost is $15. Click here for details.

 

HORMONE BALANCE FOR WOMEN IN PERI-MENOPAUSE 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4TH, 10-11:30AM

 

In this presentation, Joey will discuss hormonal health for approaching menopause. This is often a time where women are dismissed in our culture, and we are often warned about how awful it is. Joey will aim to dispel myths, empower you with practical tools and action steps to start feeling better and help make this transition less turbulent. Cost is $20Click here for details.

 

FIVE-WEEK FOOD-BASED CLEANSE -- SOLD OUT

WEDNESDAYS, MAY 30th & JUNE 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th, 6-7:30pm

This series has become so popular, we’re offering it several times a year! Join us for a five-week food-based cleanse, with nutritionist and GAPS Diet Practitioner Joey Anderson. Joey will teach and guide participants in a food-based cleanse that gets sugars and simple starches out of your system, and just as importantly, nutrient-dense foods in. Each group includes a check-in, a lesson, and support. Cost is $125. Click here for details.

 

Also coming soon... 

 

FIVE-WEEK FOOD-BASED CLEANSE

WEDNESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 19th, 26th & OCTOBER 3rd, 10th, 17th, 6-7:30pm

This series has become so popular, we’re offering it several times a year! Join us for a five-week food-based cleanse, with nutritionist and GAPS Diet Practitioner Joey Anderson. Joey will teach and guide participants in a food-based cleanse that gets sugars and simple starches out of your system, and just as importantly, nutrient-dense foods in. Each group includes a check-in, a lesson, and support. Cost is $125. 

 

OUR BODIES AND FOOD: STEPS TOWARD A HEALING RELATIONSHIP 

WEDNESDAYS, TBD  

This three-week series is an introduction to building a new relationship with mind, body, and food. We will explore ways of tuning into the wisdom of our bodies to discover what foods are good for us. The meetings will be experiential in nature, with topics determined by participants based on the needs and issues arising in the space that we will be holding for each other. As this is the first-time offering this series, if there is interest to continue, we will extend the length of the series. Cost is $90.

(Email education@threestonehearth.com if you are interested).

 

FERMENTATION AND PRESERVATION SATURDAYS

KRAUT MAKING 101: SATURDAY, JANUARY 20th, 10AM-12PM

KOMBUCHA 101: SATURDAY, APRIL 14TH, 10AM-12PM

TONICS & SHRUBS: SATURDAY, MAY 5TH, 10AM-12PM - POSTPONED UNTIL THE FALL

FAMILY PICKLE MAKING: SATURDAY, JULY 14TH, 10AM-12PM - POSTPONED UNTIL THE FALL

MAKING BACON: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH, 10AM-12PM

 

A TOUR OF THE THREE STONE HEARTH KITCHEN -- Every third Thursday of the month!

Join Co-Founder Jessica Prentice for an introduction to our business model, and a tour of our kitchen and fermentation “lab.” Cost is $10 per person and includes a “shot” of kombucha or sauerkraut brine.