Featured Event Friday! Midwest Herb Fest

This week's featured event is the 2017 Midwest Herb Fest in French Lick, IN. It's a ways away (August 4th - 6th, 2017) but I wanted to make sure it is on everyone's radar. 

Reasons to attend:


Iowan herbalist Stephany Hoffelt’s keynote ~

“Traditional healers were intent on more than just therapeutic delivery of botanical medicine. They were aware of the mind-body-community connection and approached healing with a far more holistic philosophy than modern day herbalists embrace. Traditional healers served as spiritual advisors and community organizers. They mediated between community members and their environment. 

This discussion based class will discuss the mind-body connection including how humans are "wired for community connection" and how current research in psychoneuroimmunology supports a much broader definition of health. But more importantly, we will talk about practical ways that herbalists and other healers can model their own community practices after traditional healing practices in a way that accommodates modern health challenges.”


Loads of classes from these fine herbalists ~

Mimi Hernandez, Jain Young, Nicole White, Dan Collister, KC Wilkerson, Bill Schook, Dan Garner, Teri Heinichen Owens, Dan De Lion, Jackie Lakey, Bob Wells, Sharon King, Linda Spahr, Rev. Bonnie Wells, Bekki Shining Bearheart, Ann DeSutter Lipofsky, Elizabeth Russell, Hetty MacDowell, and more!


Live music ~ Children’s entertainment ~ Vendor area

For more information and updates, you can visit the Midwest Herb Fest’s website by clicking HERE.

Thanks for supporting herbal conferences!

Mason

Mason is the creator of HerbRally and the Event and Outreach Coordinator for Mountain Rose Herbs. He studied herbalism, wildcrafting and botany at the Columbines School of Botanical Studies in Eugene, OR.

Mason is the creator of HerbRally and the Event and Outreach Coordinator for Mountain Rose Herbs. He studied herbalism, wildcrafting and botany at the Columbines School of Botanical Studies in Eugene, OR.