Wildflower School Schedule for 2015
In general: Community Program Jan-May 2015, Clinical Program June-Dec 2015, Outdoor Jan-May 2015. Combined Community and Clinical are also an option.
Early Registration for Spring 2015 Programs Ends Dec 1, 2014, 2015 Fall Community Program ends Aug 15, classes begin Sept 2015 5-9PM
ONGOING INTENSIVES AND SINGLE CLASSES:(Some available as Webinars) Foundational 5 part Series prereq for 2015 programs and will be applied appropriately with program discount if completed prior to 2015
Early Registration for full 300-530 hour 2015 Community Herbalist Certificate Program / Full Clinical Herbalist Certificate Program classes begin Jan full weekends 2X a month thru May. If you are continuing with the clinical portion you complete the program by Dec 2014. If you have prior training and would like to take only the advanced Clinical please inquire.
Schedule for 2014-5 Program Classes
Fall Community Program Begins Sept 15 as a weekend intensive, then continues every Wed from 5-9PM, excluding Nov 28(Thanksgiving), and Winter Holiday Break Dec 19-Jan 9. Classes extend thru May and schedule bcomes more intense in Spring with additional plant walks and field intensives.
Spring Community Classes- will run Mid January thru May bimonthly Fri 1/2 day Sat full day 10-5 and Sun full day 10-5
All program classes have additional plant walks and apothecary gardening classes outside of lectures as well as homework.
Clinical Program begins meetings in June 1 week a month, 30 hour weeks plus homework
Additional Homework Assignments and Projects
Please expect to be doing several hours of homework a week outside of class and that you will be required to turn in your assignments or test out of certain sections.
“Nicole has a casual style of teaching that is well informed, interesting, and a pleasure to hear. She generously shares her passion and knowledge of herbalism and offers many options for furthering your education on the subject. She is conscientious and respectful in regard to harvesting and wild crafting and emphasizes its necessity in the future of herbalism. I wasnt sure about taking the entire series of intensives until the first day of class and decided without reservations that I would be remiss not to take advantage of having such an enthusiastic, knowledgeable and dedicated teacher as Nicole.”
- Nancy Eldridge
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