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Workshops & Events
Other Workshops and Events
Sept 19 – 22, 2013: Thanks to Kiva Rose and Wolf I’ll be in Arizona at the, formerly The Traditions In Western Herbalism Conference. There is a great line-up of teachers, and it should be an exciting event.
November 15 – 17: I will be teaching at theThis event has great teachers and topics at a very affordable price!
Ongoing:This online live webinar is available through the Sylvan Institute of Botanical Medicine on Thursday, November 15, 5 to 7pm PDT (2 hours), Cost: $30.
After an overview of the ecology of Oregon, Howie will focus on bioregional plants found in the marshes, meadows, old growth forests, partial cuts, and clear cuts of the western Oregon Cascades.
These plants will be viewed through the lens of the basic concepts of Western herbalism, including astringents, demulcents, aromatics, alteratives, diaphoretics, diuretics, and nervines.
Plants discussed will range from the well-known Ligusticum grayi, Ceanothus velutinus, Valeriana sitchensis, and Pedicularis sp., to the lesser known local herbs.
Winter 2013: The Columbines School of Botanical Studies is releasing our online distance learning program in the Winter of 2013!to be put on our mailing list and notified when the exciting event occurs.
Second weekend in July means you’ll find me at the. Friends, family, fun, food, music, and many folks who have knowledge in both the botanical and herbal fields. We’re at booth #84, come by and get a free taste of your favorite herb!
Any time of year you can watch the Physiology for the Herbalist class on DVD, as I taught it at Michael Moore’s Southwest School of Botanical Medicine, as well as hours of Michael teaching constitutional physiology..
Feel free toif you have any questions.