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  • Black Cohosh
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  • Trillium

Summer Herb Clinics at the Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine

How to Sign up:
Email wildflowerherbschool@gmail.com
Or go to our meetup Group Texas Herbalism and sign up for upcoming clinic offerings

When: Monday June 30, Tuesday July 1st, Wednesday July 2
Monday July 21, Tuesday July 22, Wednesday July 23
11:30 am and 6:00 pm (2 openings each day)

Where: Wildflower Healing Center
Cedar Creek TX
Cost: Free, including 1st round of herbal recommendations

Reading the Body Class with Guest Herbalist Margi Flint
JUNE 29 and 30th 10-2PM at the Wildflower Healing Center

Assessment skills for Herbalists
Please click here for more information and to register. Join us to learn about what all of those lines, colors and shapes mean on your body or someone elses--. Margi is a practicing herbalist with over 30 years of experience. She is author of the Practicing Herbalist, and lectures all over the world on Body Reading.

Nutrition for Herbalists
Join our single class meetup group Texas Herbalism here.
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Sneak Peak: We will be hosting Charlotte Kikel from Eat In Peace Consulting to teach a special class on nutrition for herbalists in July. Check back on this link for details

Foundations in Herbal Medicine: Central TX and Panhandle Summer Intensives

June 11-13 Register Here for Central TExas
June 25-27 Register Here for the Texas Panhandle

Offered as a correspondence course soon!

Cultivating the Herbal Medicine Woman Within Experiential Herbal Studies with Kami McBride

This is an in-depth, hands-on experience with the plants for women interested in exploring herbology as a relationship with the earth, our bodies and a way of life. This course gives you the tools to enhance your personal health and infuse your home with modern day applications of the ancient art of herbal medicine. We meet once a month, January 2015 - July 2015. Dates: January through July 2015Cost : $ 1295.00Location: Marin County, CaliforniaTo Register : Register Below or call 707-446-1290 www.livingawareness.com


Karine Gordineer Certified Plant Spirit Healing Practitioner, Shamanic Practitioner, Herbalist, Educator Hopewell Junction, NY

The Sacred Heart of Herbalism 7-month Herbal Intensive Beginning May 17, 2014

Karine Gordineer of Green Girl Herbs & Healing announces open registration for the 2014 Sacred Heart of Herbalism class series. This 7-month long series will work with herbalism in the way it was originally taught; infused with the Spirits of the Plants. Native Peoples believe that to truly possess the healing powers of a plant one must be introduced to the Spirit of that Plant and be honored with its healing gifts. This series will weave together:
  •  herbal gardening
  •  the healing properties of medicinal plants
  •  medicine making techniques
  •  plant identification
  •  plant energetics
  •  Native American Medicine Wheel
  •  the shamanic journey and Sacred Dreaming
  •  herbal remedy making in many forms
  •  discover personal plant allies
Join us as we journey around the Sacred Medicine Wheel learning and grow with the Plant Nations and reawaken our relationship to Mother Earth! For more information please contact: Green Girl Herbs and Healing (845) 592-4609www.greengirlherbs.comhttps://www.facebook.com/GreenGirlHerbsHealing?ref=hl @GreenGirlHerbs


Looks like we are expecting a sunny day for the plant walk - wear sunscreen or a hat if you are sensitive to the sun! Work party on the weekend of June 21-22 is still looking for volunteers. See the info below!
  Plant Walk June 14 – 4 -5:30 PM Ever wonder what that weed is growing in your back yard, or that flower that blooms deep in the woods in the spring? Learn to identify plants and trees at the monthly plant walk led by herbalist and community health educator, Leah Wolfe, MPH. She will point out wild edible plants, plants that have a history of being used medicinally, along with folklore and some of the latest science on the wild things growing around us. Cost $10. Dress for outdoors.
Serpentine Project Plant Study Group June 15, 4-6 PM The Serpentine Project is a monthly study group that allows participants to learn about plants directly by using their senses, such as taste and smell. Cost $10 – includes a sample of the plant medicine to take home. Read more about the study groups at: www.serpentine-project.org
Alternative Building Technologies: Composting Toilets, Solar Showers, and an Outdoor Kitchen June 20-22, 10 AM-5 PMThis


2014 at ∞ Centro Ashé ∞ Farm : We've got herbal medicine making intensives, homesteading series, permaculture practical intensives, wild plant ID, fermentation, herbs for chronic disease & digestion, cooking with local foods community dinners, flower essence weekend intensives plus our our Herbs for All: Herbal Encuentro, Chesapeake Herb Gathering, Grassroots Herbal Program, Cultivate: A Journey in Re Skilling & Re Connecting, and so much more! Please support us by helping to spread the word, and we hope to see you on the farm this season! Check it all out! http://www.centroashe.org/


Herbs and Botanicals Weekend April 26-27, 2014 Backyard Medicinals: Into the Wild with Steven Foster Saturday, April 26, 2014 10am - 4pm Plant Spirit Communications with Melissa Clare Sunday, April 27, 2014 10:30 am - 1:30 pm Creating a Medicine Wheel Garden with Lorna Trigg Sunday, April 27, 2014 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm Registration and details at: http://www.fireomearth.com/workshop_events.htm#foster


Medicinal Herb Internship position available at Green Turtle Botanical Sanctuary, Nashville, Indiana with Susan Clearwater R.N., Holistic Practitioner & Herbalist for one person, or a couple, from April-September 2014. Contact Susan at GreenTurtleBotanicals.com


LITTLE PLANET, BIG ISLAND! New Hawaii travel intensive with Kathleen Harrison – Jan. 28 – Feb. 9, 2014 Supporting the work of www.BOTANICALDIMENSIONS.org http://botanicaldimensions.org/ethnobotany-events-look/#/0/5 ~ Come study ETHNOBOTANY for 12 days & nights, from Jan. 28 to Feb. 9, 2014 in South Kona, Big Island, Hawaii ~ Learn together about all aspects of plants, their uses, and their lore. We’ll learn in our tropical classroom, on the beaches, in gardens, on the forested mountain, and roaming the volcano. Join our small group and guest teachers for an enriching time, looking at glorious nature through the eyes of various cultures. We will focus particularly on the worldviews of Pacific migratory cultures and the native peoples of the Americas, but set in global history. We’ll spend time at two botanical gardens, and amid the giant tree ferns and diversity of the upland South Kona forests. Cost is $2,950, which covers all lodging, meals, on-island transportation, field trips, and exceptional teachers. $500 of your fee is a tax-deductible contribution to Botanical Dimensions, to help maintain the Hawaiian Forest-Garden that we’ll visit. Please consider joining us for another marvelous learning adventure. Maximum group size is twelve participants. (Participants reserve and purchase their own


2014 classes -Womens Circle starts in January, Foundational classes starts in March, Seed to Market starts in March, and trip to Costa Rica in Febuary.... Twin Star Herbal Education 13 Moons - A Women's Healing Circle Begins January 1, 2014

Since the dawn of our existence women have been gathering together as daughters, sisters, mothers and as healers. Powerful stories have been shared, tears have been shed and many magical moments of healing, strength and love have occurred. It is in honor of this ancient tradition that the 13 Moons - A Women’s Healing Circle has been created. This group will meet monthly over the course of one year. The circle will begin in January of each year and will meet one evening a month continuing into the following January. Under these 13 moons we will come together as women and healers. Each moon we will explore a variety of topics including: sacred healing, women’s plant allies and the wise woman tradition. We will also create rituals for honoring our moon cycle, birth, death, divorce and more and will focus on positive manifestations, cutting cords and fully explore our role as women, sisters and community healers. The circle will be a


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