Practical Herbal Medicine
April 23 - 25, 2021
Bald Rock Group Lodge
Delta, AL 36258
Contact for more info:
Deep South Herbal Conference
"Return To The Roots of Natural Health"
Join us for a weekend of herbal discovery at Mt. Cheaha State Park, the highest point in Alabama
Come and learn from a great variety of speakers such as Matt St.John, Darryl Patton, Maggie Baker Conklin and other great herbal educators. With hands-on intensives, lectures, wild food tastings and herb walks, you will be sure to have a great time reconnecting with nature and learning about the Roots of Natural Medicine.
Registration begins promptly at 8:30 Friday morning and is open until 10:00. We will then go into a short general session until 10:30 and classes will begin. A schedule will be posted in the main conference hall.
Meals: Home -style meals will be provided, at no extra cost. Friday lunch and supper, Saturday breakfast, lunch and supper, Sunday breakfast and lunch. Meals will include several wild foraged foods such as Ramps, Nettles, Mushrooms etc.....
There will be vegetarian, gluten-free and low carb options available at each meal time. Freshly-baked cookies, muffins , herbal teas and coffee will be available for self-serve all weekend.
There will be a bucket set out for "Love Offerings" should anyone wish to contribute towards the cost of the food/paper goods but all are welcome to enjoy the food and snacks provided without any obligation.
COVID19: We are guests of the wonderful people at Cheaha State Park and will be following ALL Alabama and CDC guidelines. This will include masks except when outdoors and engaged in activities where masks are not required by the park (hiking etc...). Indoor and group activities will require proper spacing with the exception of family units and please bring plenty of hand sanitizer.
UPDATE: The Governor has stated that the mask mandate for the state will expire on April 9th, 2021. Therefore, masks will then not be required and it will be up to the individual as to whether or not they choose to wear a mask.
All activities end by 4 p.m. each day but there will be an extra session or two offered in the evening by a couple of the speakers who have volunteered to do so.
The weather should be beautiful at Cheaha with decent chances of rain and the typical Alabama heat not being as bad due to the altitude.
I look forward to seeing you there. Bring a notebook/pen as we have a lot of presenters and there will be much information given. I am working on video taping all of the presentations and will offer a virtual conference soon for those who are unable to attend our annual conference.
See you there!
Please Note: This is a politics free event. Anyone engaging in disruptive behavior related to politics will be asked to leave and will not receive a refund. This conference is for participants to reconnect with the land and our first love of using plants and alternative medicine.
(Check here for updated Speaker's list)