Nature has the solution… We’ll teach you how!
Explore our Herbal Workshops and Apprenticeship Programs to take your herbal knowledge and skills to the NEXT LEVEL!
Get out into nature’s classroom, get your hands dirty, meet the plants where they live, and start a relationship that will last a lifetime. You’ll learn more about wild plants, their work in the body and yourself than you ever thought possible…
We GO where they GROW! 🌿
Wow. It is hard to even begin to put into words how much I enjoyed and received from the Roots to Tips program with Heather. I have studied plant medicine in many other formats, but this program is truly special. Heather is a gifted teacher who adeptly balances sharing her own wealth of plant knowledge with the time and space for students to learn directly from the plants. I experienced serious “highs” of plant connection as well as some pretty epic fails leaving fresh plant oils to brew too long – all of it arming me with direct knowledge of how to best co-create with plants. Not to mention – this program is FUN! There was always so much joy and laughter throughout our time together – even digging roots! I’ve already signed up for more classes and feel deeply grateful to Heather and Suzanne for their work for sharing their plant knowledge in this way.
Let food be your medicine & may there always be medicine on your table!
Herbalist, Author, Speaker
Suzanne Tabert is a bioregional herbalist, author, speaker, director of herbal education at the Cedar Mountain Herb School and adjunct professor at Bastyr University. Her passion is taking students to wild places and sharing tools to engage and connect with flora, fauna, and the exquisite beauty of nature.
Suzanne has been inspiring students with joy and excitement for all-natural living for over 35 years, offering an amazing platform for folks all over the world to connect with each other and with nature. Suzanne is author of Wild & Beautiful; An Herbal Encyclopedia For Naturally Healthy Skin and Quest for Calm: Herbal Empowerment for Resilient Emotional Health.
“The plants are always teaching us; all we need to learn is to open our senses to them.”