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Save the date and invite your friends, 2013 Florida Herbal Conference with special guests Phyllis Light and Matthew Wood February 15-17 at Camp Winona in Deleon Springs!

Check out our updated website for details on the 2013 event including classes and musical evening programs.
* THERE IS A CHARGE FOR THIS MEETUP. Sign up online to learn about registration options.

The Annual Florida Herbal Conference will deepen our roots and spread our branches to unite the state herbal community, February 15 - 17, 2013 at Camp Winona in Deleon Springs. Our 2013 conference features over 30 workshops for all levels of interest and experience, a vocal resonance meditation with Beautiful Chorus Friday night, and a community drum circle around the fire Saturday night!

MEETUP MEMBERS --- USE THE CODE "DRUM" for a 20% discount on online registration ~ a $40 savings!!

Workshops focus on bioregional, earth-centered herbalism, with topics including clinical herbalism, herbal crafts, medicine making, plant identification walks and many hands-on demonstrations. The weekend also includes amazing evening music, a dynamic herbal marketplace, herbal activities during free time, guided movement activities, a fire circle, and regional mixers. Keynote Speakers Matthew Wood and Phyllis Light will enliven and inspire us.

The Florida Herbal Conference is intended to provide a weekend for herbal enthusiasts of our southern state to learn, connect, and deepen their roots through education, fellowship, and community in nature.

Enjoy three days of classes and hands-on workshops taught by some of the most knowledgeable, inspiring and exciting of teachers. Meet your regional neighbors and build networking and relationships. Enjoy time at the lake and on a plant hike, or take a movement class to get grounded and centered in your own healing. With a focus on the healing flora of Florida, our conference seeks to not only educate but to advocate for the conservation and preservation of our bioregional ecology, to begin the process of healing ourselves and each other as we also heal the planet.

Presented by the Florida School of Holistic Living (