Building community through health and wellness based services and education 



Photos of the garden bounty grown at the property NNF currently uses to grow medicinal herbs.

Dr. Alicia

Youth Education

Nature Nurture Farmacy has sponsored a few local youth activities including making chapsticks, lavender sachets and seed bombs with a local girl scout troops; teaching botanical identification through the use of touch, smell and sight; herbal medicine making session at Expanding Your Horizon a program for middle school girls to get them excited about STEM careers;

Photo: Dr. Alicia talking to Girl Scouts about lavender and making aromatherapy sachets.


Winlock Community Supported Garden

NNF has become the stewards of the Winlock High Schools community supported garden. We will use our non-profit to help support the students in their goals to learn about how to grow food, work in a garden and work as a team for the greater good of the community. Check out our Facebook page to stay up to date on what is happening at the garden.

See more about the model we will be adapting to work in our are from the Beacon Food Forest in Seattle!

What’s a food forest? Follow this link for more info!

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Sponsor - A - Tree

Winlock High School Community Garden and Nature Nurture Farmacy are looking for sponsors to support our growing garden! This is a great way to show your support and do something green in the community that will have impacts for generations to come!

Sponsorship Levels:

Raised Bed - $200

Fruit Tree - $100

Bush/Vine - $50

Ground Cover - $25

Your support allows us to plant all the plants and winterize them so come spring we are ready to really start planting with the kids! See our FB page for more info and updates on our progress!

Health Classes & Lectures


Dr. Alicia teaches a variety of educational classes on using food as medicine and how to incorporate herbs into your daily life. Some classes have been hosted by both Winlock and Pe Ell Senior Centers, individuals and classes held at Nature Nurture Farmacy in Chehalis. Fall 2019 class list coming soon! Some classes include: Herbal Infused Vinegars, Healing Salves, Infused Oils, Food as medicine, Foundations of Health, Herbal Teas, Hydrotherapy, Foot baths and so much more. Do you work for or run an organization who could benefit from learning some healthy living and wellness tips? Call at 360.996.4387 or email Nature Nurture Farmacy at to schedule your custom class for your group today!

Fall 2019 Classes

Farming with Fungi!

Join us Thursday November 7th from 4-6 pm for Farming with Fungi with Fungi Perfecti!

You can see more up-to-date info at our FB Page or to ask questions - Click Here

Class is hosted at Camp Singing Wind - 388 Salmon Creek Rd, Toledo, Washington 98591

Sami Kempf who will be exploring Farming with Fungi!

Sami Kempf who will be exploring Farming with Fungi!

Please join Nature Nurture Farmacy & Fungi Perfecti at camp singing wind for an incredible event on Farming with Fungi!!! Suggested donation of $10 to support the efforts of Nature Nurture Farmacy and all we are doing in the local community! No one turned away for lack of funds, so please donate what you are able. See link below to register and donate.

Farming with Fungi: This talk is an overview and exploration of a variety of ways that mushrooms can be incorporated into a sustainable farming practice. From benefiting soil structure, to increasing bloom production and supporting the health of your animals, fungi are your farms newest old friend. Come take in some knowledge, ask questions and buy mushrooms!

Class is taught by Sami Kempf a customer service representative at Fungi Perfecti and our culture and grain spawn specialist. She graduated from Evergreen in 2012 with a BA in Fine Arts with an emphasis on sociology and food systems. She has been working on farms and landscaping ever since. When not talking fungi she enjoys working in her garden, crafting, fermenting and roaming the woods with her furry companion.