Women’s Herbal Conference in Wisconsin
The ninth annual Midwest Women’s Herbal Conference, to be held from May 29 to 31, in Almond, Wisconsin, includes transformation and plant medicine. Women from all over the world will gather to rekindle the wild within or deepen their knowledge of plants.
Featured speakers include Cornelia Cho, M.D., and Robin Rose Bennett, herbalist and author, as well as special guest herbalist Margi Flint, along with other knowledgeable and inspiring instructors. Cho is a practicing pediatrician, mushroom club president and leader of her local co-counseling community. Bennett has been a practicing herbalist for more than 25 years and brings a plant-centered perspective to her practice. Flint is the author of The Practicing Herbalist. She will present an immersion program, Reading the Body, focused on diagnostic tools for practitioners of the healing arts.
Participants will enjoy plant walks and workshops on topics that include herbs for family health, wild edibles, fermentation, permaculture, movement, herbal wisdom and wise woman ways. The conference also plays host to a kids’ camp as well as teen herbal camps, red tent space, fire circles, singing circles, delicious locally sourced farm-to-table meals and more.
Early bird rates are available until March 15. For more information and registration, visit MidwestWomensHerbal.com.