Registration Opens Dec 1st – & Teachers Confirmed For The
2012 TRADITIONS IN WESTERN HERBALISM CONFERENCE Sept. 13-16 in Arizona’s Beautiful Coconino Forestwww.TraditionsInWesternHerbalism.org“An amazing conference, resurrecting the spirit of Western Herbalism.”-Paul Bergner30+ Teachers and 40+ edgy & innovative Classes at our awesome new event site, with topics like nowhere else! 2 full Nights of dance-making music, 4 or more Plant Walks, Kid & Teen Workshops, & Healer’s Market with PractitionersRegistration Now Open – As of Dec. 1st
As of December 1st, 2011, you can register for the TWH Conference and receive the special Early Sprout or Plant Healer Subscriber special discounts. Revised 2012 Website Ready To Peruse
Enjoy 3+ days of classes, plant walks and hands-on workshops taught by some of the most knowledgable, inspiring and exciting of teachers, each bringing to this conference their absolutely most adventurous new class topics… along with a Healer’s Market and Friday and Saturday night music and dance concerts. You’re all welcome in this great learning exchange, this work of healing self, others and earth – clinical practitioners and impassioned students from beginners to advanced, every age and both genders… earnest professionals, grandmotherly herbal hobbyists and young “Occupy Wallstreet” volunteers alike!
“The most amazing conference ever!”-Juliet Blankespoor, Chestnut School of Herbalist
All 2012 classes are confirmed, which wasn’t easy considering how very many great Teacher applications and topics we received. We again showcase a mix of long venerated Herbalist icons and rising talents deserving of opportunity and exposure… with all of them stretching themselves and their audiences with adventurous, personal and practical topics for every level of herbalist student and practitioner. Their unique, never-before presented classes will range from 1.5 hrs in length to full 3 hour intensives, and include both Native Plant Walks and Classes For Kids every single day of the event
Matthew Wood • Cascade Anderson Geller • Christa Sinadinos • Aviva Romm • Phyllis Light • Kiva Rose • Kathleen Maier • Bevin Clare • Paul Bergner • Tania Neubauer • Howie Brounstein • Kristi Reese • Ben Zappin • Phyllis Hogan • 7Song • Jesse Wolf Hardin • Jim McDonald • Lisa Ganora • Larken Bunce • Charles “Doc” Garcia • Linda Garcia • Sean Donahue • Rosalee de la Foret • Nicole Telkes • Katja Swift • Darcey Blue French • Kristine Brown
2012 Registration Prices
Big Savings For Those Who Register Now
Children 6 & Under – Free
Youth (7-17) $55 (good anytime)
EarlySprout $240 (until Jan 1st)
Midseason: $275 (Jan. 2nd-June 1st)
LateBloomer (after June 1st) $315
And for Plant Healer Subscribers only, and for 2 weeks only, the biggest discount of all… a special Plant Healer offer expiring Dec. 19th, 2011. Details found in the TWHC article in the Winter Issue (Dec. 5th release) of
Plant Healer Magazine“If you can only make it to one herb conference next year, this should be the one! Profound, inspiring, multi-cultural, grass roots, and SO much fun!! We’ll see you there!”-Julie, Humboldt Herbals
Cabins, rooms and camping with outlets must be purchased direct from Mormon Lake Lodge, and the earlier you reserve a space, the more likely you are to be sure of getting the accommodations you want. For Cabin info go to the
Mormon Lake Lodging Web Page
When registering, be sure to tell them you are with TWHC so that you get the best deal and are housed with the rest of our community.
While you can bring your own food, Mormon Lake Lodge will also be catering meals to our specifications including wild game, fresh vegetables, gluten free fare and more. Meal tickets will not be sold until Spring, so we suggest you purchasing your Conference Tickets and Lodging before then.
“We see this conference as the weaving of a beautiful tapestry where the strength of the warp and the possibilities of the weft can come together to form new and beautiful patterns not previously possible, based on the wise and thoughtful integration of diverse traditions of herbalism, healing and community. Perhaps most importantly it feels like a conference for truly inspired and serious herbal folk that want to come away not just having had a good time, but to come away feeling reinvigorated in their herbal pursuits and practices and having learned valuable skills that are immediately applicable to deepening herbal skill and knowledge. This conference seemed to offer enough for beginning students to feel both inspired and appropriately overwhelmed as well as an abundance of learning opportunities for intermediate and advanced students as well. What a great balance!” –Hanna Jordan & Chris Smaka, School of Traditional Western Herbalism
TWHC – September in the Coconino!—————————(Please forward and re-post widely… thank you very much!)