Upcoming Midwest Women's Herbal Events
10th Anniversary Midwest Women's Herbal Conference
May 7,8, and 9, 2021 • Virtual
5th Annual Mycelium Mysteries: Women's Mushroom Conference
Fall 2021: Specific Dates to be Annnounced
The Midwest Women’s Herbal Conference is excited and proud to be entering its 10th year of service to the herbal and fungal communities. By bringing our premier herbal conference and other events to the Midwest our efforts have had a ripple effect on this region and beyond.
We are looking forward to the 10th Anniversary Conference and other celebratory events. We invite you to partner with us, as we continue to offer excellence in herbal & fungal education, and personal growth for women. The positive effect of these events on families and communities is undeniable and we are looking forward to continuing with your support.
In addition to organizing the annual conference, Midwest Women's Herbal has twice partnered with United Plant Savers by bringing a day long co-gender conference to this region. This partnership has served as a grassroots launching point for more herbal events in this region. Midwest Women's Herbal also held Mycelium Mysteries: A Women's Mushroom Retreat, the first ever women's mushroom event in the world. This upcoming Fall 2020, Mycelium Mysteries, will be entering into its fourth year.
In addition, the Midwest Women's Herbal team has brought herbal immersion trainings to deepen access to advanced herbal education. The Midwest Women's Herbal Conference have held workshops such as: Reading the Body Immersion with Margi Flint and a Death Doula certification training with Rebekah Dawn and Kari Kercher. For many years, Midwest Women's Herbal has offered this one of a kind training.
Other event coordinators in the region have recognized our strong organizing skills by consulting with us on the logistics of putting on a large event. We have supported and partnered with the region's newer herbal events and our long term program coordinators, have applied what they learned by working with the conference, to launch events in their communities. The Midwest is becoming a very rich place for herbalists to congregate and we are proud to be paving the way!