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Category Archives: Bushcraft & Wilderness Survival

Rewilding: A Connection to Nature

Rewilding: A Connection to Nature

A guest blog by Arthur Haines from the Delta Institute at http://www.arthurhaines.com Rewilding Fundamentals Rewilding is a process for creating humans who can live in a healthful, truly sustainable manner, in close connection with their local landscape (i.e., as part of the wild ecology). It is a trajectory that anyone can follow, regardless of where… Continue >>>

How to Locate Medicinal & Edible Plants in the American Southwest

Changing elevation in the Southwest changes temperature, precipitation levels, evaporation rates and results in dependable and predictable changes in both flora and fauna. I consider these to be ‘normal’ places that provide ‘normal’ flora. Keep in mind that even an undisturbed environment with average temperatures, water supply and sunlight for a given climate will provide… Continue >>>

Botany for Beginners

Botany for Beginners

Part of our Foundations of Herbal Medicine Course is spent in various ecosystems and elevations around the Southwest. This field work requires a basic understanding and application of botany. The following article is written as an introduction to this field for our herb students. ______________________________ Science puts things into categories to organize information. It helps… Continue >>>

Latest Courses

Family Herbalist Program for 2023

Family Herbalist Program for 2023

The dates for the 2023 session of the Family Herbalist Program are still being worked out.Once the dates are finalized, the new information will be posted here. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Choosing the path of herbal medicine can be a life-changing event. It was for me in 1990 when I made the decision to begin studying and using… Continue >>>

How to Teach Herbal Medicine

How to Teach Herbal Medicine

What:A three hour live online workshop that walks you through, step by step, how to teach in the herb community.This includes information, strategies and tips learned from my 35+ years in education and 26 years of teaching herbal medicine.Detailed class notes are provided in a .pdf format. Topics Include:Why Teach Herbal Medicine?Deciding What to TeachWhat… Continue >>>

Educational Resources

Family Herbalist Program for 2023

Family Herbalist Program for 2023

The dates for the 2023 session of the Family Herbalist Program are still being worked out.Once the dates are finalized, the new information will be posted here. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Choosing the path of herbal medicine can be a life-changing event. It was for me in 1990 when I made the decision to begin studying and using… Continue >>>

Online vs In-Person Classes for 2023

Will the 2023 herb classes be recorded?If I am not able to attend, can I watch the video later? Many herb programs, including the Foragers Path, moved to online learning in recent years out of necessity due to the public health crisis. I am certainly grateful for the opportunity to continue serving the community when… Continue >>>

Community Herb Store

Our Community Herb Store is a collection of small batch, homemade herbal products that have been used in my clinical, family and personal healing for 25+ years. The inventory is ever changing and often reflects seasonal availability. At any one time, you will find 100+ individual herb extracts, herb-infused oils, salves, cough syrups, herbal honeys… Continue >>>

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