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Whether you are interested in becoming a practicing herbalist or simply want to know what herbs to stock in your family's medicine chest, herbal schools can teach you all you need to know. The schools listed below offer everything from weekend workshops to three-year intensive programs. Online and correspondence courses are also available.

Programs by region:

Northeast

Mid-Atlantic

Southeast

West Coast

Global Journeys

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January 5, 2019
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Anonymous
January 9, 2009
What about the Midwest? There are a number of very good herbalists teaching here. Matthew Wood in Minnesota: www.matthewwoodherbs.com United Plant Savers Sanctuary in Southern Ohio: www.unitedplantsavers.org Jim McDonald in Michigan: www.herbcraft.org MidAmerica Herbal Symposium in Minnesota: www.bgfloristnherbals.com/Seminars_Workshops.html the Lloyd Library in Cincinatti: www.lloydlibrary.org There's more to herbal education than what's offered on the east and west coast!