Young Herbalist Summer Camp – July 8-12, 2024


Explore the wonders of nature at our week-long Young Herbalist Summer Day Camp! Kids will discover the secrets of herbs, learn about natural remedies, and engage in hands-on activities like herb identification, gardening, and crafting herbal products. It’s a fun and educational adventure in the world of plants!

Ages: 6-10

Tuition: $275

Date: July 8-12, 2024

Time: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EST)

Location: Our United Plant Savers Botanical Sanctuary in Orlando (Due to the address location being in a private residence, the exact address will be emailed after registration)

Please review this link for our school’s tuition and cancellation policies.

All of our classes, unless otherwise noted, are available and accessible to everyone – whether you are an experienced herbalist, a budding herbalist, or simply herb-curious. Everyone is welcome.

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Step into the enchanting world of herbs and natural remedies at our week-long Young Herbalist Summer Day Camp! Designed for young nature enthusiasts aged 6-10, this immersive experience offers a unique blend of education and adventure.

Throughout the week, campers will embark on a journey of discovery as they learn about the fascinating properties of herbs and their myriad uses. Guided by experienced herbalists and nature educators, children will delve into topics such as herbal lore, plant identification, sustainable harvesting practices, and the art of creating herbal remedies.

Our hands-on approach ensures that every day is filled with exciting activities. From herb scavenger hunts and botanical drawing sessions to garden tours and herb planting workshops, campers will actively engage with nature and deepen their understanding of the plant kingdom.

One of the highlights of the camp is the opportunity to craft their own herbal products. From soothing salves and herbal teas to aromatic sachets and natural skincare items, children will unleash their creativity while honing valuable skills in herbal preparation and formulation.

In addition to the practical aspects, our camp fosters a sense of environmental stewardship and respect for the natural world. Through interactive discussions, nature walks, and eco-friendly projects, young herbalists will gain a deeper appreciation for the interconnectedness of plants, people, and the planet.

At the end of the week, campers will not only take home their handmade herbal creations but also a newfound passion for herbalism and a treasure trove of knowledge to share with family and friends. Join us for a week of exploration, learning, and fun in the magical realm of herbs!

Please review this link for our school’s tuition and cancellation policies.

Instructor: Bri Tampa

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Bri Tampa (she/they) has years of experience teaching children of all ages. She teaches weekly classes on meditation, mindfulness, and emotional awareness to k-8 montessori public school students (Ryt-200). Previously, she taught art and botany at a forest school and at homeschool co-ops located around central FL. Bri received her B.S. in holistic medicine from UCF and is currently a mental health counseling grad student. She’s managed multiple community gardens, organic greenhouses, and has studied herbalism with FSHL. Bri has trained and apprenticed on various healing modalities that encourage conscious awareness and peaceful presence.

Bri loves guiding inward awareness exploration in a playful and relaxing way. While also empowering students with a tool box that integrates herbalism and emotional skills so they can navigate life, have fun, and thrive. She is first aid certified, consent and trauma informed knowledgeable, and bystander intervention trained.


Instructor: Lindsay Smithson

Screenshot 2024 02 03 102501Lindsay Smithson was born steeped in the backwoods of Appalachia, so her feet have always felt planted in nature. As a yoga teacher, tea enthusiast, and whole foods advocate, she started a medicinal herbal garden almost a decade ago, but it wasn’t until she became a mother (7 years ago) that she started practicing Herbalism more seriously. After following doctor’s protocol for treating her daughter’s eczema with no results, she started to self-study, learning everything she could about alternatives, herbs, medicine making, and the principals of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Armed with a whole line of homemade skin-care products and a new healing philosophy, she was able to see success in the healing power of plants, and her worldview would be forever shifted. She has been practicing herbalism ever since and the experience has led to a family ethos of bioregional gardening, cycle syncing, respectful foraging, and wild-crafting. Through her community platform, Rooted Bird, she loves to teach Herbalism classes to adults and children and is excited to pass these connections and traditions through to the next generations. She graduated from the Family Herbalist Program with Florida School of Holistic Living.




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