Herbalist Schools

This listing is for herb school members of the American Herbalists Guild. The information listed is provided by the herb school and is not reviewed, evaluated or endorsed in any way by the AHG.

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Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine

Sowing the seeds of the herbal revolution 1 wildflower at a time. Start or continue on your path of herbal learning with us. Explore all aspects of North American Herbal Medicine from the personal, to the family, community and even clinical levels. Programs range from 125-500 hours of training in everything from outdoor plant walks, growing herbs, wild harvesting, preparation making, materia medica, body reading, clinical practice and so much more. Core Values:Learning and using bioregional Texas medicinal plants, Weedcrafting and Wildcrafting for the future, Deepening our connection to Plant Spirits, Making Herbalists and Herbal Medicine accessible to all parts of our community, Honoring oral tradition, Teaching our families and community responsible and safe use of herbal medicine. The Wildflower School has been offering community driven herbal education since 2005 in and around Austin Texas. Founded by Practicing Herbalist, Nicole Telkes, RH the school is not just as a journey into the green world, but a journey into the self. We provide intimate views of our own bodies, our connections to plants and other people, and working to be as self sufficient as possible in a world that changes quickly and has an uncertain future at times. We hope to provide students with a comfortable and nurturing learning environment, where students grow into budding herbalists while growing together as a strong and supportive herbal community.The goals of the programs are to:
provide a solid basis for learning how to study and practice as an herbalist
understand holistic approaches to using herbs in the human body based not only on pharmacology but vital response and humoral energetics (hot, cold, moist, dry)
identify local medicinal plants in the garden and field and any ecological concerns surrounding the plants
create unique and interesting preparations with medicinal plants (and other natural substances)
introduce the idea of working with clients and the human body in both a home and professional setting
learn to live with the seasons as a weedcrafter and gardener
learn how to access resources in your herbal community and add them into your practice as an herbalist

School type: On-site learning, Distance learning
Phone: 512-943-2511
E-mail: wildflowerherbschool@gmail.com
Web site: http://www.wildflowerherbschool.com
Address: PO BOX 4520  
Austin, TX 78765 USA

Wildwood Institute

Run by Kathleen Raven Wildwood, practicing herbalist for over 20 years; Health Consulting Services; Hand-Made Products include High-Quality Locally-Grown Herbal Teas, Tinctures, and Ointments for Common Health Problems (grown without pesticides); Classes, including a Comprehensive 3-year apprenticeship program.

School type: On-site learning
Phone: 608.663, 9608
E-mail: kathleen@wildwoodherbs.com
Web site: http://www.wildwoodinstitute.com/
Address: 951 Burr Oak Lane  
Madison, WI 53713 USA

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