You are joyfully invited to attend this outstanding event
Celebrating the Healing Power of Plants
June 28th - 30th 2013

A Symposium to touch your heart and soul as well as mind and spirit, this gathering is for all people enraptured by the healing essence of herbs. The International Herb Symposium offers herbal enthusiasts an incredible opportunity to learn from the worlds leading experts in botanical medicine and herbal lore. Whether a novice or advanced in your herbal interests, the Symposium offers classes, workshops, panel discussions and learning experiences to touch every level of your being.

Inspiring * Educational * Empowering
Learn, Have Fun and Network with other herbal/plant lovers

A Gathering for All People Who Love Plants

Keynote Address

Dr. Tieraona Low Dog

We are incredibly honored to have Dr. Tieraona Low Dog join us as our keynote speaker at the International Herb Symposium this year. Appointed by President Clinton to the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy, Dr. Lowdog is one of the country’s leading experts on botanical medicine and integrative approaches to health. She is Assistant Clinical Professor for the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University Of NM School Of Medicine. Tieraona was named by Time magazine as an “Innovator in Alternative Medicine for 2001” and was the recipient of the Martinade la Cruz Medal in 1998 for her work with indigenous people. But this is only the beginning of her list of accomplishments; Tieraona is an impassioned advocate for herbs, health, and integrative medicine and is a powerful and visionary teacher who inspires all that hear her. She lives a life of example, compassion, and joy. Her book, Life is Your Best Medicine By National Geographic Books, was published this year and is already heading for the bestseller list.

Keynote address Friday evening ~ Greening of Medicine. A philosophical and inspirational discussion of the current state of health care and how a shifting, or “greening” of consciousness, could improve the health and wellbeing of the People, as well as the Earth.

For further information Visit http://www.internationalherbsymposium.com or contact us at:

The 11th IHS c/o Sage,
P.O. Box 420, E. Barre, VT 05649 • 802-479-9825.


Register Online Here : 11th IHS ONLINE REGISTRATION


26th New England Women's Herbal Conference

You are joyfully invited to join us for
The 26th New England Women’s Herbal Conference
Honoring the Wisdom of Our Ancestors
August 23 ~ 25, 2013

Join us in this Special Celebration Honoring Women’s Wisdom, Healing & Herbs The WHC is a Benefit Conference for United Plant Savers

Each year for the past 25 years, the Ne Women’s Herbal Conference has brought together leading women herbalists, healers, and plant enthusiasts from throughout the country to share their wisdom of the herbs and natural healing. Though the emphasis is on women’s health and healing, the WHC is a joyful celebration of women’s wisdom and well being. Lovely lakeside Camp Wicosuta, New Hampshire, has been a girl’s camp for over 90 years and warmly welcomes the New England Women’s Herbal Conference. The camp provides excellent facilities, indoor lodging, camping, and a lovely sandy beach on the lake for swimming and canoeing.

Teachers include over 35 respected teachers, herbalist, healers and wise women offering workshops on a wide variety of topics on herbs, healing and natural health practices.

$275 Early Bird Registration until May 30th

Registration Information


Registration Fee: $295 includes includes camping, all activities, classes (except for Intensives which are $35 each) and six hearty meals.

A Magical Celebration Honoring Women, Healing & Herbs

Join us at Camp Wicosuta on Newfound Lake, New Hampshire

Camp Wicosuta has been a girl’s camp for 90 years and is the new home of the WHC. This lovely lakeside camp provides indoor lodging, camping areas, delicious natural local food, a wonderful beachfront, and miles of hiking trails.


Special Guest:

Rocio Alarcon (Ecuador)

Rocio received her teachings from her mother, grandmother and shamans of the Amazonian Rainforest and Andes of Ecuador. She was a founding member of EcoCiencia, Ecuador’s leading ecological organization, and worked for over 20 years as an ethnobotanist in the tropical rainforests of South America.


For further information Visit http://www.womensherbalconference.com or contact us at:

The WHC c/o Sage,
P.O. Box 420, E. Barre, VT 05649 • 802-479-9825.