We are especially excited about this year’s symposium as it marks the American Herbalists Guild’s 25th year and we hope you’ll be part of our celebration by participating in our annual gathering.
Today we have over 1,750 members worldwide, more than 225 professional members, and 13 active national chapters.
Now in its 25th year, our Annual Symposium is a celebration of the vital, ever-expanding role herbal midicine plays in modern health care. This November, many of the herbalists who were part of the first gathering, past presidents and councelors, and AHG members from around the world will reunite in Georgia to reflect on our collective growth as healers, and celebrate the possibility and challenges of our shared future as herbalists.
Help co-found our future. Anniversary Vendors receive valuable benefits in thanks for their continued commitment to our diverse community of herbalists and herbal practice.
This year’s gathering on November 6th to 9th, the 25th Anniversary Symposium offers you an opportunity to join with leaders in the clinical, educational, and business fields of herbalism, all of who share a commitment to seeing herbal medicine move into the forefront of modern healthcare.
Our 1750 members are among the strongest and most respected voices for herbal medicine in the world and they make important contributions to promote herbal medicine in their own communities as well as on the national stage.
We invite you and your business to participate in our annual event. We offer competitive vendor booth rates and further discounts for small regional businesses. We are also offering another great promotional opportunity: ad space in the Symposium Program that will be distributed to each of our attendees.
We have a very limited number of spaces still available, so act now to reserve your table! Deadline for Vendors and Advertisements is September 5th!
The American Herbalists Guild was founded in 1989 as a non-profit, educational organization to represent the goals and voices of herbalists specializing in the medicinal use of plants. Our primary goal is to promote a high level of professionalism and education in the study and practice of therapeutic herbalism.