The Forager's Path - School of Botanical Studies

Application | Outdoor Herbal Apprentice Program 2021

(The main page for the Apprentice Program is here.)

When choosing a long term program for studying herbal medicine, the right connection between the instructor and student is important.
This application is one way for me to get to know you, as a prospective student, better.

If you would like to know more about me as the instructor, go HERE.

You are invited to read comments from former students of our programs HERE.

Answer all questions in as much detail as you feel is relevant.
There are no right or wrong answers.
Your honest reply is both helpful and appreciated.
Feel free to contact the school if you have questions about the application.

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    Name: *

    Phone: *

    Email: *

    COURSE QUESTIONS

    Why did you choose this school and the Outdoor Herbal Apprentice Program?

    What is your previous experience or training in: (Previous experience is neither required nor expected.)

    Healing: (This includes both mainstream and alternative approaches)

    Plants: (This includes gardening, botany, landscaping, cooking, etc)

    Herbal Medicine: (This includes both formal study and independent study and experience)

    Are you able to attend the extra free optional Field Study days?

    What is your experience in the outdoors; especially around hiking, camping and backpacking?

    What would you like for me, as the instructor, to know about you to help make this a quality experience for you?

    What do you see as the biggest challenge to you successfully completing this program?

    Other Comments/Questions: (include any other information that is important)

    EMERGENCY AND HEALTH QUESTIONS

    Assuming you are accepted into the program, please provide the following health information (all information is confidential):

    Emergency Contact Name: *

    Emergency Contact Relationship: *

    Emergency Contact Phone: *

    Allergies: (please be specific - medications, insects, plants, gluten, etc...)

    Are you at Risk of anaphylactic shock?

    If yes, where do you keep the epi-pen?

    Do you have any health issues or disabilities that are relevant to the activities of this program which include Field Study days of up to five miles of hiking, some of it off trail?

    (The main page for the Apprentice Program is here.)

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