Bioregional Herbal Studies in the Crossroads of the Southwest

Join Herbalist Dara Saville for courses designed to bring natural wellness and plant medicine knowledge back to the people. Herb classes start at just $15. Participants will learn about the properties of plants and how to prepare herbal remedies through lectures, field trips, and hands-on activities. Classes range from one-day introductory topics to multi-week series or 12 month advanced study programs that will take you deeper into the world of plant medicine. 


Albuquerque Herbalism's 2014 Summer & Fall Classes:

                         While many of our classes take place at The Source, some are offered at other locations.                                         Please see class descriptions for the location of your class.

Herbalism Series 2:  Wednesdays ~ June 18, 25, July 2, 9, 23, 30

Bioregional Herbalism: Plants and People of the Gila: July 13-18--NEW CLASS!

Kitchen Cosmetics: Thursday July 24

Local Medicinal Weeds: Friday July 25

Kitchen Herbs as Plant Medicine: Friday September 12

Herbalism Series 1: Mondays ~ September 22, 29, October 6, 13, 27

Managing Stress with Herbs: Friday September 26

Advanced Herbalists’ Group: Winter Session: 1 Thursday per month, October through April

Medicinal Plants for the Southwest Garden: Saturday October 4, 11am ~ Free Community Class!

Herbal First Aid Kit: Saturday October 18

Body Bliss: Herbal Gift Making Series: Fridays ~ November 7 & 14

Herbal Baby: Products for Sensitive Skin: Saturday November 15


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Herb Walk for the City of Albuquerque Summer Series 2014 ~ Photos by William Pentler




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Dedication

The ongoing work of Albuquerque Herbalism is dedicated to the loving memory of Bert Norgorden.  Bert’s love of plants, both as subjects of scientific research and as beings of exceptional beauty, made him one of the Albuquerque area’s most accomplished herbalists.  His powerful plant medicine, his inspiring teachings, and his alluring plant portraits will be forever missed.


© Dara Saville 2014