Missy is delighted to be teaching at the Good Medicine Confluence (formerly known as Traditions in Western Herbalism) this year! She'll be leading two classes: Herbal Remedies in Times of Oppression: Nervines For When The World Overwhelms and How to Afford Herb School: Involving Community & Embracing Creativity. This year's conference will be in Durango, CO, and has been an herbal community favorite since it was forst held in 2010.
From Good Medicine: The conference is "distinguished by [its] uniqueness and the vibrancy of the attending tribe.... Always, our focus is on empowering as well as informing, promoting herbalism as the “people’s medicine,” offering a balance of useable information and life-changing inspiration... seeing our work as not just the healing of bodies but the mending and changing and beautifying of the wondrous world."
To register, or for more information, visit the Good Medicine Confluence website.