"sowing the seeds of the herbal revolution 1 wildflower at a time"
Orientation for those applying for the Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine[masked] Certificate Programs.
$300 covers your application fee for the community program and is applied to the total of what you owe towards classes. We will also have a few meet and greets for folks that have general questions about the school! If you are applying for the clinical program you will need to bring or send in $500. Questions? [masked]
300Hr Community Herbalist Certificate Program
425 Hr Clinical Herbalist Certificate Program(550 by 2014)
a specialized 150 Outdoor Herbal Path, or specialized advanced clinical herbal path training with those with prior training.
Single classes are listed on meetup.
We are growing this year to offer up to 550 hours of training by 2014. The Certificate Programs begin on Jan 2014, and early registration ends Dec 1, 2013. Your Application, application fee, and orientation should be complete prior to Jan 18. Early Registrants receive $100-$150 off the programs, depending on which one is chosen. Payment plans and other information will be gone over here. Some of the classes on this meetup can be applied to the program.
There may also be a Fall session available for the Community Herbal Program that meets weekday evenings so make sure and let us know if you are interested.
You must fill out your application and pay the registration fee or bring it with you to orientation. You do not have to pay to come, but to hold you place in classes for 2013, payment is required. We have filled for the past 2 years so early registration is recommended.
the Wildflower School has offered Training in North American Herbal Medicine with a bioregional focus since 2003.
The School's Director and Lead teacher is Nicole Telkes, Registered Herbalist, LMT and Natural Health Practitioner. Nicole has a background in Environmental Studies, Botany, Holistic Medicine, and has a local Herb line called Wild Spirit Botanicals. Her online presence is consolidated here