The Rainbow Gathering is in some National Forest in a different state each year. The location this year will be somewhere in Oregon but the exact site is still to be announced. The actual location will be on the welcomehome website by mid June. Rainbow is certainly the most economical opportunity to learn plants in a deep way…All classes at Rainbow cost no money and there are of ton of different opportunities tpo learn…We walk and talk about plants everyday and try to identify whatever we see. i will be there roughly from around 6/30-7/5
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This symposium, spearheaded by United Plant Savers and in collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), is a forum for presenting current research and documenting critical new information about the conservation, cultivation, and commerce of American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) and other Appalachian forest botanicals. This 3-day symposium will provide a forum to bring together a diverse array of stakeholders involved in the management and regulation of forest botanicals in Appalachia, including federal and state agencies, tribal representatives, academics, landowners, collectors, and the herbal products industry. The symposium will also include a poster session. Proceedings of the symposium will be published online on the United Plant Savers website. Detailed information is on the wwww.unitedplantsavers.org website.Time:
i will lead a few classes at the 2016 Wild Herb Weekend as part of my first ever keynote presentation to a gathering. Quite the honor for the 30th annual iteration of something i have been attending for over a decade. Many other awesome teachers will be presenting including Dr. Jeanine Davis .
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