Traditional Roots Conference 2015

Second Annual Traditional Roots Herbal Conference, May 15-17, 2015!

Register today!

Early-bird pricing is available until the end of April. If you’re an NCNM alum, watch the alumni newsletter for special discount codes just for you!


Up to 16 CEUs/PDAs to be applied for. Up to 16 hours available via live webinar.

This year’s conference draws on both clinical tradition and modern scientific research to offer the best of both worlds. Enrich your knowledge of materia medica, both for general conditions and as applied to clinical cases. We’ll have sessions covering constitutional evaluation, herbal energetics, formulation, hands-on medicine making, gardening with medicinal plants, bioregional herbalism and wildcrafting, and botanical field applications.

This conference is ideal for all people interested in herbal medicine, including clinicians who use, or want to use, herbal prescriptions as key components to treating disease and reclaiming health. Also welcome are  community herbalists as well as others who wish to learn more about the benefits of the natural world.

Confirmed speakers to date include:
Lydia Bartholow, PMHNP
Paul Bergner
Howie Brounstein
Renee Davis
Amanda Lattin

Jim McDonald
Glen Nagel, ND
Tania Neubauer, ND
Aviva Romm, MD
Elise Schroeder, ND
Judy Blue Horse Skelton
Jillian Stansbury, ND
Donnie Yance
Steven Yeager
… and a few other surprises yet to come…

The list of this year’s workshops is now up! Some details are still outstanding, so please check back here or on our Facebook page for updates. (You can check out last year’s workshop list here. And if you’re really sorry to have missed some or all of those talks, most are available online.)

The conference schedule is up, take a look.

Coming from out of town? We’ve got a logistics page with information just for you!

Thank you for your love of herbal medicine. See you in May!


NCNM gratefully acknowledges the generous support of conference Champion Sponsor, Herb Pharm, which has been crucial to the development of the Traditional Roots Institute and instrumental in helping the institute present a conference of this caliber.