herbs dryingThe push-back to more natural products and treatments is taking society by storm, and herbal medicine is a field rife with current and future opportunities. Obtaining a comprehensive herbalist education opens you up to a plethora of career options, including becoming a teacher or instructor yourself. Other fields of interest for many graduates include working as an herbalist industry representative, consultant, manager, or formulator, or functioning as a quality assurance specialist.

Yet the prospect field doesn’t stop here. With an excellent herbalist education, you can also create a well-paying, emotionally and intellectually stimulating career as a researcher, herb cultivator, wildcrafter, specialist in health, wellness, supplements, or cosmetics, or utilize your herbalist education for further graduate studies in massage therapy, esthetics, acupuncture, oriental medicine, natural medicine, nutrition, and more!

Our herbalist education program covers a wide array of fascinating topics, with each class being taught by a league of incredible experts, professionals, and master herbalists. The unique combination of scientific knowledge and an empowering, personal understanding of the world of plants makes this program one of the best in the country.

Our herbalism program consists 500 hours of both class work and field studies, ensuring that you have all of the knowledge you need to excel in your area of choice. And with classes starting this July, now is the perfect time to sign up for your herbalist education!