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Central District:

Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky

May 23, 2015

9am-3pm

Herb Fair 2015
presented by The Wisconsin Unit of The Herb Society of America

Location:
Boerner Botanical Gardens
9400 Boerner Drive
Hales Corners, WI 53130

Description:
1000's of herb and other plants for sale, 24 Artisans/Vendors, a Tea Room filled with savory treats and drinks to purchase and so much more.

Free parking and fair entry, with free talks and demonstrations during the day. Children's project in the morning.

Free entry into the garden with HSA membership card or other AHS Reciprocal Garden membership.

May 23, 2015

Heirloom Plant & Herb Sale

Location:
12800 Lake Shore Drive
Mequon, Wisconsin

Description:
Over 10,000 unusual, rare and hard to find heirloom plants and herbs for sale at this event. Featuring hardy roses, tomatoes and 100s of different herbs.

For more information contact Jeanne Mueller at 262.377.2410

Great Lakes District:

Ontario Canada, Western New York, Michigan, Ohio, Western Pennsylvania

May 30, 2015

10am-12pm

Annual Spring Garden Tours

Location:
3903 Grayton Street
Detroit, MI 48224

Description:
Designed as an experiential and educational space, Cheryl’s garden includes over 30 Clematis, representing over 10 species as well as large-flowering hybrids, and over 200 species of native plants, ranging from Spring ephemerals to large trees.

Take advantage of this opportunity to become acquainted with some of the lesser-known small-flowering species Clematis varieties and the beauties of our native flora.

We also feature local garden art, live music and refreshments, as well as at least one hands-on workshop. (There is a charge for the workshops. The rest of the event is free and open to the public.). 

Contact Cheryl at cenglish@blackcatpottery.com for additional information. Register for the workshops at www.blackcatpottery.com or e-mail Cheryl for other registration options.

 

August 15, 2015

10am-12pm

Annual Summer Garden Tours

Location:
3903 Grayton Street
Detroit, MI 48224

Description:
Designed as an experiential and educational space, Cheryl’s garden includes over 30 Clematis, representing over 10 species as well as large-flowering hybrids, and over 200 species of native plants, ranging from Spring ephemerals to large trees.

Take advantage of this opportunity to become acquainted with some of the lesser-known small-flowering species Clematis varieties and the beauties of our native flora.

We also feature local garden art, live music and refreshments, as well as at least one hands-on workshop. (There is a charge for the workshops. The rest of the event is free and open to the public.). 

Contact Cheryl at cenglish@blackcatpottery.com for additional information. Register for the workshops at www.blackcatpottery.com or e-mail Cheryl for other registration options.

 

August 21 & 22 2015

Save the Date!

Great Lakes District Gathering

Lakeside, Marblehead, Ohio

More information to come…

October 10, 2015

SAVE THE DATE!

Western Reserve Herb Society's
70th Herb Fair

Watch for more information Spring 2015!

 

Mid-Atlantic District:

Delaware, Virginia, Southern New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, North Carolina, D.C.

May 14, 2015
10:00am - 1:00pm
Rain or Shine

76th Annual Herb Sale Sponsored by the Philadelphia Unit

Location:
Historic Yellow Springs
1685 Art School Road
Chester Springs, PA 19425

Description:

The Philadelphia Unit presents the 76th Annual Herb Sale in the meadow at Historic Yellow Springs. Thousand of herbs, dozens of vegetable seedlings and many rare and unusual scented geraniums and salvias will be offered for sale.

This year we will have a free drawing for a 'savory' gift to one of the first 76 attendees in line. In addition, there will be many herbal offerings in our boutique tent.

A gourmet herbal brunch may be reserved for $15. The brunch will begin at 10:30am. Checks should be made payable to HSA Philadelphia Unit, P.O. Box 273, Chester Springs, PA 19425

June 15, 2015

Herbal Delights Garden Tour presented by the
Pennsylvania Heartland Unit

Description:
The PA Heartland Unit's 33rd Annual Herbal Delights Garden Tour will be by bus to four private and two public gardens, and a greenhouse wtih a gift shop in the Kutztown, PA area.

One of the public gardens is the well known Rodale Institute's organic farm, where participants will visit their display gardens and store.

The second public garden is located at the Pennsylvania German cultural Heritage Center.

Guest must pre register by contacting Diane Schuster at 610.678.4405 or visiting our website phhsa.homestead.com

September 11 - 13, 2015

Save the Date!

2015 Mid-Atlantic District Gathering
and a
35th Anniversary of the National Herb Garden

 

Northeast District:

Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Eastern New York, Connecticut, portions of New Jersey, Eastern Canada

May 9, 2015

9am-1pm

Herb & Plant Sale
NorthEast Seacoast Unit

Location:
At Great Bay Services in Newington, NH
2061 Woodbury Ave. (across from Olive Garden Restaurant)

Description:
Shop the Market Place

Green Elephant Table, Baked Goods, Gift Items: Herb Dips, Moth Repellent, Herb rubs, Stinky Sneakers, Lotion Bars, Natural Bug Spray, Scented Wax Sachets.

Celebrate Herb Day with Free Seed Bombs!

For more information:

NorthEast Seacoast Herb and Plant Sale Flyer

May 16, 2015
10:00am-3:00pm

May 17, 2015
1:00-3:00pm
Sale will continue provided there are plants remaining

Delaware Valley Unit Plant Sale

Location:
Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead                            
1605 Daniel Bray Highway, Route 29, Lambertville, NJ
           Provided there are leftover plants to sell

For more information, contact: Donna Baumgartner, djb7980@comcast.net

 

May 27, 2015

9:30am

Star Spangled Herbs presented by the Connecticut Unit

Location:
Pond House Cafe
Elizabeth Park
1555 Asylum Ave.
West Hartford, CT

Description:
Informative presentations, delicious herbal theme lunch featuring herb of the year, gifts and herbs for sale, gifts and raffle baskets.

For more information contact Nicoll C. Brinley, nbrinley@comcast.net

 

South Central District

Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Texas, Missouri

 

 

Southeast District

Arkansas, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, and offshore East

May 2, 2015

8am to 5pm

Baton Rouge Unit presents - New Orleans Secret Garden Tour

Location:
Charted bus leaves Burden promptly at 8:15am and returns at 5pm
A special menu gourmet lunch will be served at LaPetite Grocery.

Cost:
$150 per person (HSABR unit members receive a $20 discount) -includes all admission fees, transportation, lunch and gratuities.

Limited to a total of 30 people.

Click here to view details and to make reservations

May 28, 2015
7:00pm

Nashville Unit Meeting
A 'Buzz' About Bees

Location:
Cheekwood Botanical Garden
Nashville, TN

Description:
Join us to hear Michael Studer, Tennessee State Apiarist from the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, give a brief overview of beekeeping with an emphasis on planting natives for pollination.

For more information contact:
Lisa Ramsey, lisawramsey@gmail.com

May 28, 2015
6:30pm

Baton Rouge Unit Meeting

Location:
Burden Conference Center
4560 Essen Lane
Baton Rouge, LA 70809

Description:
Learning about Savory

For more information contact:
Mary Williams, 414.526.3016 or email-druid@wi.rr.com

 

West District

California, Arizona, New Mexico, Idaho, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oregon, Montana, Utah, Colorado, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii, Wyoming, Western Canada, Mexico, and offshore West

October, 15 - 19, 2015

26th Annual AHG Symposium: New Horizons
in Clinical Herbalism

Location:
YMCA of the Rockies
1101 Co Road 53
Granby, Colorado 80446

Description:
The American Herbalists Guild is pleased to present their 26th Annual Symposium featuring keynote speaker Ethan Russo. The AHG Symposium hosts some of the world's leading herbal educators, delivering cutting edge presentations on a wide range of topics in herbal medicine.

The Annual Symposium features over 40 lectures, as well as pre- and post symposium intensive, with sessions ranging from beginner to advanced. Herbal practitioners, medical professionals, students and novices can interact with renowned botanists on plant walks, join open discussion panels and meet with some of the leading companies in natural head at the vendor showcase.

This year, the Annual Symposium offers a special track of diverse classes addressing chronic disease and herbal therapies. Participants who attend four workshops in chronic disease track as well the post-symposium intensive will earn a certificate of completion in Chronic Disease and Herbal Therapies Training.

The America Herbalists Guild continues to award continuing education credits for classes taken at each year's Annual Symposium. All classes are eligible for NCCAOM PDAs; select classes are eligible for nursing credits.

For more information visit
www.AmericanHerbalistsGuild.com