2021 Winter & Spring Classes + Events
Albuquerque Herbalism offers a variety of classes including both one-day specialty topics as well as in-depth series. Our classes often fill up ahead of time, so please plan ahead and register early.
- Join our Herbalism Series as a semester enrollment that includes our core program, as well as all four one-day specialty courses.
- Or register for single-day specialty classes or short series as listed below.
Our mission is to deepen the roots of folk herbalism and to foster reciprocal relationships with the land by making herbal education accessible through community partnerships, engaging people in the restoration of native plant communities, and connecting them with the common wild and cultivated plants of our local area for the purposes of health and well-being.
COVID Information: Although we hope to offer some in-person field classes later in the winter/spring 2021 semester, we anticipate ongoing concerns through flu season (probably longer) and plan to continue holding classes in our live online interactive format. We will update students through our newsletter and website. For students outside the Albuquerque area, we will maintain an online option for this entire semester.
One Day Specialty Classes & Events
Take any – or all! – of these four below as single classes or as part of the full Herbalism Series. Semester Enrollment students are automatically registered.
Medicinal Mushroomery in the Rocky Mountains
February 27: Online
Explore our region’s fungi and make your own mushroom medicine
Hydrosols and Distillates
March 20: Online
Learn to make your own still and take home aromatic preparations
One Day Special Event
(Not included in Semester Enrollment but semester students have a similar field class included in their course schedule.)
Additional Series Courses
Ecological Herbalism Series
Begins February TBA: Online
Four different ecosystems taught in four classes
Advanced Herbalist Group
Spring/Summer session of this year-long series begins in April: In-person and outdoors
Made by Students
Meet this semester’s expert teachers!
Anna Marija Helt
From Our Students
“I wanted to let you know how much the classes I have taken with you have meant to me. I now have the confidence to take what you’ve given me and continue my own home studies and to experiment on my own – something I never would have done before your classes. I am so grateful to have herbs and herbalism as a regular part of my life now and that has happened because of you and your very accessible way of teaching and the affordability of your classes. I am indebted to you more than I am to any book or online blog or website I’ve ever read or seen, because you made it real for me and gave me the tools to do this on my own.”
Ecological Herbalism Series photo credit: Bill Pentler
“I was so very moved this evening to hear your words around our beautiful Bosque. I can’t even describe to you how much your words meant, hearing from your perspective, its story, plant connections, relationships, and also its waning….I was so moved! I have heard about you a long time from mutual friends about taking your classes and was so excited I finally got in!…Truly, your words and data/information, but how your heart speaks to it, is mind-blowing and moving. Big hugs and thanks again for teaching our community your wonderful class…and doing the work you do!!”
Get In Touch
Want to be the first to hear about our 2021 classes?
OR: Want to request one of our classic classes – herbal cocktails, kitchen herbs, botanical drawing & more listed here? Just let us know!