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Where I'll Be in 2018 & 2019


February 15-18: Northeast Organic Farmers Association (Vermont) 37th Annual Winter Conference

March 28, 2019: The Intersection of Healing, Justice, and Plants- McMaster University, Traditional Medicine 3H03

April 5, 2019: Medicines for Resilience & Self Care- McMaster University, Indigenous Student Services

May-October: Blind Tea Tasting Series, Niagara, ON

May- October: BIPOC Introduction to Herbalism- Massachusetts Avenue Project, Buffalo, NY

June 7-9: Conservation Panel: The Ethics of Threatened Native Medicinal Plants in Commercial Trade- International Herb Symposium, Wheaton College, MA

August 18-23: Decolonizing Our Hearts, Minds, & Movements- Omega Center for Sustainable Living, Rhinebeck, NY

August 24-26: Intensive: Intersections Between Herbalism, Health, and Justice: Moving from “Allyship” to “Accompliceship”- New England Women’s Herbal Conference, Camp Wicosuta, NH

TBD: Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism- Decolonizing Herbalism

Additional courses and workshops in collaboration with special guests in development! Check back for more details, or get on the mailing list!


March 22: Brock University's Equity in Post Secondary Speakers Series

July 7: QTBIPOC Summer Retreat Wild Plant Walk, Oakville, ON

July 17: Niagara College Indigenous Student Services Wild Plant Walk, NOTL, ON

August 24-26: New England Women's Herbal Conference

August 28: Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism

October 15: Fire in the Whole! A Fire Cider Make n’ Take- Niagara, ON

November 26: Blind Tea Tasting Experience- Niagara, ON


Coming in 2019! The Decolonial Excellence for Accomplice Herbalists + Natural Practitioners online training is currently in development and actively seeking collaborators, donations, and investors.

Get in touch if you're:

  • a school who would like to partner in offering this training as a prerequisite for students,

  • a BIPOC/LGBTQ2S+ herbalist who would like to participate on the project,

  • a student looking for pathways to create equity, inclusion, and culturally safe space in your future practice,

  • a seasoned herbal educator or practitioner who wants to unlearn old patterns of oppression and update your skills to make your practice safe and accessible for all patients and students

Support the Cultural Competency for Herbalists project! Help create the next step in herbal education needed intended to liberate and uplift BIPOC/LGBTQ2S+ herbalists one person at a time.

Contact us for more information!