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.
ASK THE NUTRITIONIST -- FREE CALL (no registration needed)
LAST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH, 9-9:45AM. AUGUST 30th, SEPTEMBER 27th, OCTOBER 25th.
Join us once a month for a free, online group call with Nutritional Therapist Sara Russell (via Zoom). Bring your questions related to nutrition and health, and let Sara’s knowledge, experience and passion guide to a better understanding of nutrient-dense and clean eating. She’ll also talk about products and classes offered by Three Stone Hearth that may be the right fit to meet your needs. Click here for details.
THE NUTRITIONIST IS IN! -- FREE Q&A (no registration needed)
2nd SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH, 10-11AM. AUGUST 10th, SEPTEMBER 14th, OCTOBER 12th.
Join us at our kitchen once a month for a free Q&A with holistic, functional Nutritional Therapist Joey Anderson. Bring your questions and concerns about nutrition, food, health and lifestyle choices.
MAKE FRESH COCONUT YOGURT WITH CHAYA FROM LIVING VISION KITCHEN
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16th, 6-7:30PM
Chaya-Ryvka Diehl from Living Vision Kitchen will teach you how to make fresh young coconut yogurt from home. With only two main ingredients, this can become an easy and delicious way to incorporate dairy-free, probiotic-rich yogurt into your life! Cost is $65. Click here for details.
FIVE-WEEK FOOD-BASED CLEANSE
WEDNESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 11th, 18th, 25th & October 2nd (6-7:30PM)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th (10-11:30AM)
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.
A TOUR OF THE THREE STONE HEARTH KITCHEN
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th, 11AM-12PM
Join Worker-Owners Linda Kallenberger and Hanna Towers for an introduction to our business model, a tour of our kitchen and fermentation “lab.” Cost is $10. Click here for details.
ANCESTRAL DIETS DAY-LONG INTENSIVE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st, 9:15AM-3PM
Three Stone Hearth Co-Founder Jessica Prentice offers an in-depth investigation into the nutritional philosophy that underlies all our work: The Nutritional Wisdom of Ancestral Diets. Class includes a nutrient-dense lunch. Cost is $60. Click Here for details.
FIVE-DAY BROTH DETOX
BEGINS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17th.
Looking for support around a commitment to nourishment and health? Join Three Stone Hearth and Nutritional Therapist Joey Anderson for a guided Five-Day Broth Detox. We will provide everything you need to rejuvenate your digestive system and deeply nourish your body, including a variety of our housemade broths and cultured beverages. Cost is $255. Click Here for details.
SEAWEED SERIES + FIELD TRIP. DAY TBD, OCTOBER 2109
Join Julie Drucker of Yemaya Seaweeds in a three-class series that includes sampling eight of the 600 local seaweed varieties that live in the waters along the Northern California Coast (Sea Palm, Wakame, Nori, Turkish Towel and Sweet Kombu, Ocean Ribbons, Bladderwrack, Kombu). Learn how the seaweeds are processed, and why seaweed harvesting is such an important endeavor to support. Also covered will be nutritional information, culinary suggestions and best storage practices. Includes a Seaweed Harvesting Field Trip.