Botany for Herbalists

REGISTER NOW! Clinical herbalist Michael Blair will be teaching a 2-day botany intensive for herbalists, plant enthusiasts and clinical program students. This is an in-depth course on understanding more about the plants surrounding us that also includes many herb walks, wildcrafting exercises, and botany identification lessons and medicine making. This 2-day course will be [...]

Skills For Herbalists: The 5-Day Intensive – October 2018

CLICK TO REGISTER   Botany and wildcrafting. Horticulture and sustainable gardening. Clinical assessment and nutrition. Intermediate herbal post disaster medicine for remote environments. 5 days of concentrated training in skills that will help you to become a more comprehensive, confident herbalist.   The common module week is a chance to integrate some of the [...]

Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country – April 2018

CLICK TO REGISTER Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country Becoming Bio-regional: for Herbalists, Foragers and Permaculturists with Sonoran herbalist & forager, John Slattery There is a current movement to learn more about our local plants, wherever we may live. The use of wild plants for food, medicine, and a great variety of utilitarian applications (known [...]

Introduction to Herbal Medicine for Beginners – Fall 2017

REGISTER WITH CREDIT CARD       REGISTER WITH PAYPAL If you are interested in herbal medicine but aren’t sure where to begin, this course is for you.  Introduction to Herbal Medicine for Beginners is a six-week, online learning experience designed to help you understand the most crucial and practical aspects of herbalism. Over six weeks, follow Sam [...]

Botany Intensive with John Slattery: Becoming A Bioregional Herbalist

REGISTER WITH CREDIT CARD       REGISTER WITH PAYPAL Sonoran herbalist John Slattery is making his annual pilgrimage to South Central Texas to teach a 3-day botany intensive for our school.  This is an in-depth course on developing a relationship with the plants surrounding us that also includes many herb walks, wildcrafting exercises, botany lessons and herbal [...]

Medicinal Plants of Central Texas – Plant Walk

REGISTER WITH CREDIT CARD       REGISTER WITH PAYPAL Learn to identify and use medicinal plants in the San Antonio and Central Texas area! Sam Coffman will teach a short introductory class on herbal medicine and the importance of learning the medicinal plants of your own eco-region, as well as a brief overview of how to prepare [...]

Skills For Herbalists: The 5-Day Common Module Intensive

REGISTER WITH CREDIT CARD      REGISTER WITH PAYPAL Botany and wildcrafting. Horticulture and sustainable gardening. Clinical assessment and nutrition. Intermediate herbal post disaster medicine for remote environments. 5 days of concentrated training in skills that will help you to become a more comprehensive, confident herbalist.   The common module week is a chance to integrate some [...]

Field Botany for the Herbalist with John Slattery

REGISTER WITH CREDIT CARD       REGISTER WITH PAYPAL Field Botany for the Herbalist, with John Slattery **This is also the first day of our 5-day long intensive, Skills for Herbalists.  Students enrolled in the full course have this as part of their training. Many simply comprehend a “sea of green” when they begin their path to [...]

Wildcrafting & Herbal Medicine-Making with John Slattery

REGISTER WITH CREDIT CARD       REGISTER WITH PAYPAL Wildcrafting & Herbal Medicine-Making with John Slattery The use of wild plants for food and medicine is a largely untapped resource available to Americans all across the country. There is a current movement to learn more about our local plants, and there is no better way to do [...]

Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country

Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country Becoming Bioregional: for Herbalists, Forgagers and Permaculturists with  Sonoran herbalist & forager, John Slattery There is a current movement to learn more about our local plants, wherever we may live. The use of wild plants for food, medicine, and a great variety of utilitarian applications (known as ethnobotany) is [...]

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