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Learn Herbs from Home

Our Roots of Herbalism Home Study course offers hands-on education for visual and tactile learners, with a full-length DVD, book, and plant medicines for a truly sensory experience.

February 23-25, 2018

Join our seventh annual event and enjoy over forty classes, inspiring music, resourceful vendors & delicious food. Plus the fellowship of the most lovely herbalists from around the state!

From The Gallery

Roots of Herbalism Tallahassee | June 10-11, 2017
An Evening with Paul Stamets | 3/4/17
Orlando Grief Care Project – Love Letters
Orlando Grief Care Project
Roots of Herbalism Sarasota | June 25th & 26th, 2016
Jammin! World Rhythms Drum Class | June 14, 2016
Ethnobotanical Plant Walk: “Take a Lichen to the Plants” | June 5, 2016
Family Herbalist Program – 2011 Intensive
Green Thumbs Solavita Organization / June 8th, 2015
Family Herbalist Program – 2015 Fall Weekend Series

Orlando Grief Care Project

In response to the tragic loss experienced within the Orlando community on June 12, 2016, the Orlando Grief Care Project was started to provide holistic health services to crisis counselors, first responders, families of victims, and other members of community in need of support in the journey of trauma and healing.

Learn more below about how you can receive or give support so that together, our community can heal from the collective grief experienced in a tragedy of this magnitude.

Your support goes directly to provide holistic care to Central Florida families affected by this tragedy.

All donations are tax-deductible.

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