Fermentation is a healing science. A practical artform that expresses our innate desire for immortality, pleasure and innovation. Jun is a traditional fermented beverage that feeds us, at the level spirit, body and soul. Through the culture of Jun, we ground into the sweet honey of our bioregion, tend to time honored tea traditions and lavish ourselves in the healing power of sour.
Join herbal nutritionist and mistress of microbes Asia Dorsey in a 3-hour farm to table dining experience and practicum in Jun Craft. You’ll gain the skills to cultivate deep relationship with the smaller than human world along with an opportunity to sample a selection of artisanally crafted herbal syrups. All supplies and materials are included.
Who is Asia?
Asia Dorsey embraces the earth. Ear to the soil, she heeds the instruction of mineral, microbial, and botanical beings. She is currently the creatrix of Bones Bugs and Botany an organization dedicated to embodied liberation through food and herbal medicine education. Asia was the owner of the Five Points Fermentation Company where she crafted artisan Jun cocktails and locally grown fermented foods for bars, restaurants, grocery stores and a selection of private clients. With degrees in Food Studies from New York University and traditional apprenticeships with wise women herbalists and healers around the globe, Asia integrates food, medicine and delight helping her students to step into the wholeness that is their birthright. Learn more about Asia at www.bonesbugsandbotany.com and consider becoming a patreon.
Your health and the well-being of our community are important to us. We encourage all participants to be vaccinated before they visit the farm or wear a mask and practice social distancing if they have not yet been vaccinated. We have upgraded sanitation protocols in place, and require that guests follow our policies, which are in compliance with all CDC and county guidelines.