Learn about herbal alternatives for pets and livestock
Topics discussed during the program will include homeopath and herbs, as well as Bach Flower Remedies, a liquid created by immersing a flower into water and exposing it to sunlight or heat. BachFlower.com states that this preparation, applied with a small dropper, could help animals when they have negative emotions, just as they help humans who are emotionally out of balance.
"As most residents in Geauga County have either farm animals, pets or both, this program will offer valuable information for comforting/healing animals in a natural way," said Teresa Runion, special events coordinator for the Geauga Park District.
The program for all ages is full wheelchair and stroller accessible. A $7 fee will be charged at the door, and registration is required at geaugaparkdistrict.org or 440-286-9516.
-- Cheryl Sadler