A re-cap on the new course
February 15, 2014 at 2:42 pm
I am getting a number of emails asking for two things; one, the details listed at the bottom of the course description, so I am going to just repost them here, without the description.
NOTE: I have 27 applications for the scholarship so far; it is unlikely I will be able to choose more than three, if I get a very high enrollment – so please consider a sliding scale or payment option if you can. I’ll continue to accept scholarship applications of course, just to be clear as to where we’re at!
And two, many folks want to know just what percentage of the herbs we cover will be wild/local/easily available. I’ll post the herbs we’re looking at in a second post this morning.
I’m doing my best to keep up, if my reply takes a day or two, bear with me. 🙂
For now, here are the course details. SO excited to get going.
There are no required texts for this course, all the material is covered by my classnotes. I will provide a recommended/supplemental reading list and other resources (seed catalogues, canine and feline health and nutrition sites, botany and wildcrafting resources, recommended blogs and herbal schools for advanced learning). Assigned work will include research projects, much personal experimentation, some reading and written work. An approximate length of time for the course would be 24 – 36 weeks.
Tuition is sliding scale; 150$ to 250$. I am also offering an audit-only option(75$) a payment option(email me to discuss your proposal) and a maximum of three scholarships – one for every ten students to a maximum of thirty. Scholarships are based on genuine need(unemployment, illness) and a deep calling to work with animals. I will request an essay of 4 or 5 paragraphs describing why you need the course at this time.
And aside from all the knowledge and fun, you will receive a certificate of completion and a personalized herbal package from me.
Contact me here or at my business address for more information or to register.