​​​WH 101 March 14-15 

Registration

1. Submit Payment

2. Submit Application

WH 101: Dec 16-18

WH 101 Jan 4-5 Registration

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2. Submit Application

WH 101 Dec 16-18 Registration

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2. Submit Application

WH 101 May 23-24

Registration

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WH 101 Jan 4-5
WH 101 May 23-24
WH 101 March 14-15

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​COURSE DATES OPTIONS: 

  • December 16-18th (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) from 6-10pm
  • January 4th and 5th (Saturday and Sunday) 10am-5pm
  • ​March 14th & 15th (Saturday and Sunday) 10am-5pm
  • ​May 23rd & 24th (Saturday and Sunday) 10am-5pm

Classes are held in South St. Petersburg, Florida on our half acre medicinal garden. 



COURSE OBJECTIVES:
- Become aware of the basic foundations, history, and lineage of western herbalism
- Learn the basic principles, preparations, applications, and precautions in herbal medicine making
- Learn botanical names, folk names, harvest principles, and medicinal applications of 30 commonly used western herbs
- Instill a sense of holistic being and living that compliments cohabitation with man, earth , and being
- Gain a better understanding of bioregionalism, what it means, and how to actively apply
- Basic growing principles for many Florida bioregional medicinal plants
- Immerse into the world of herbal medicine

COURSE TOPICS:

- Lineage and history of western herbalism
- Basic biodynamic principles and bioregional medicinals
- Plant Spirit medicine and relationship
- Basic herbal medicine making and application
- Wildcrafting and safe harvesting practices


TEXTBOOK:

​Rosemary Gladstar's Medicinal Herbs: A Beginner's Guide: 33 Healing Herbs to Know, Grow, and Use
*This textbook is included in tuition.


COURSEWORK:

For students who wish to continue their herbal education in the 6 month intermediate course Foundations of Western Herbalism, plan to complete a full materia medica of 20 of the herbs discussed.


TUITION:
Full course cost: $250 all supplies included (textbook, medicine making materials, handouts, etc).
To reserve your space: Submit non-refundable $50 deposit, will be credited towards the overall $250.
Payment plans available.


REFUND POLICY:
The $50 deposit is not refundable, although it is included in the overall $250.
Partial refunds are available if requested at least 3 days prior to the start of the class.
Refunds requested less than 3 days before the start of class: 50% is refundable or tuition is transferable. 


REGISTRATION: 

1. Submit $50 non-refundable deposit or full tuition.

​2. Submit Western Herbalism 101 application. ​