Virtual event

Mountain Rose Herbs Fall Free Herbalism Project Virtual Event

With Kiva Rose Hardin, Dr. Christopher Hobbs and Heather Luna

EUGENE, OREGON, USA, Sept. 27, 2022 / — Mountain Rose Herbs is proud to present its 19th Free Herbalism Project (FHP), held virtually on Zoom on Friday, October 14 from 13 a.m. to 4 p.m. (PST). This free event is a celebration of plant-based education, music and community. FHP fall speakers include esteemed herbalists Kiva Rose Hardin and Dr. Christopher Hobbs, with special guest Heather Luna and music by Satori Bob.

Presentation schedule and topics
1:00 p.m. – An introduction to vitalist medicine
Presentation with Heather Luna
1:15 – Satori Bob
Musical guests
1:30 p.m. – The enchanter’s green: verbena, betony wood and St. John’s wort
Kiva Rose Hardin
2:30 – Satori Bob
Musical guests
2:45 – Herbs are not pharmaceuticals
Dr Christopher Hobbs
4:00 p.m. – Closing with Heather Luna

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About the speakers:
Kiva Rose Hardin is an herbalist, mythologist, author and poet whose work is rooted in her relationship with plants, fungi and the more than human world. She lectures and writes on the subjects of mythopoetic plant medicine, folk magic, folklore, animism and psychology with an emphasis on fairy tale motifs, embodied enchantment and forest as an archetype.

Dr. Christopher Hobbs is an internationally renowned herbalist and mycologist, licensed acupuncturist, herbal clinician, research scientist, consultant to the dietary supplement industry, expert witness, botanist, lecturer and publicist. author of over 20 books and numerous articles with over 35 years of experience. live. He co-founded the only national organization of professional herbalists in the United States, the American Herbalist Guild.

Clinical herbalist Heather Luna teaches full-time at the ACORN School of Herbal Medicine and oversees the Medicine Garden’s outdoor learning classroom. She has been in private practice since 2002 and has taught western herbalism since 2006. Her clinical work emphasizes vitalistic therapy with the use of herbs, nutrition and natural healing practices.

Seasoned by 14 years of live performances, Satori Bob delivers tight arrangements, impeccable and passionate performances, and a loyal and growing following.

About the Free Herbalism Project: In 2013, Mountain Rose Herbs established FHP as an ongoing series of free educational events featuring guest herbalists. From aromatherapy and wild foods, to herbal walks and remedy making, these free classes are one of the many ways Mountain Rose Herbs hopes to give back to herbalists and our local community. Learn more about FHP at

About Mountain Rose Herbs: Mountain Rose Herbs offers high quality organically grown herbs, spices, teas, essential oils and botanicals. Since 1987, they have been known for their uncompromising commitment to organic farming, fair trade standards and sustainable business practices. The company’s core belief that people, plants and planet are more important than profit guides everything they do. To learn more about Mountain Rose herbs, go to

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