Chrysalis Woman ~ Herb Farm, Goddess Sanctuary & Center for WomanCraft


Valley Springs, California
Family Farm

Chrysalis Woman ~ Herb Farm, Goddess Sanctuary & Center for WomanCraft

Chrysalis Woman, Herb Farm, Goddess Sanctuary and Center for WomanCraft has been the heart dream of Ayla Miner for many years and is a labor of love ever unfolding and growing. With a focus on medicinal and culinary herbs, the gardens began with several well loved plants and has grown to include over 60 medicinals and over a dozen culinaries.

We offer an Herbal CSA where local families can invest in the Farm's continued growth and expansion while receiving quality herbal medicines handcrafted by Ayla throughout the season as well as monthly Seasonal Wellness Workshops on traditionally prepared whole foods and ferments and seasonal medicine making.

Future growth includes expanding the gardens to fill the properties 2 acre pasture and hosting Herb Farm tours and educational herb walks in addition to the already offered women's circles and woman's wisdom programs.

Chrysalis Woman Farm practices organic and biodynamic farming methods, although are not certified, and are committed to living a life in balance with the Earth. All herbs are gathered at the peak of their potency, closely following the plant's life cycle, as well as seasonal rhythms. Once harvested, the medicine making process is immediately started so that the plant's energy is not lost.

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Listing last updated on Apr 4, 2011

All of the medicines made at Chrysalis Woman Herb Farm are made in small batches with every detail accounted for and are made with either organically grown herbs or are consciously wild-crafted from the local area. Herbs that are not harvested with their own hands are purchased from quality organic growers practicing sustainable methods.



Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2010

# of Shares:  20

Full Share:  $200/year

Work Req?  No




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