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Who We Are

For 31 years the West Virginia Herb Association has been serving as a gathering point for herb enthusiasts, small herbal businesses and local communities. To learn more click icon.

Events & Gatherings

Twice a year events in Spring and Fall are our primary way of connection. We also have occasional impromptu small meetings and may have on-line classes in the future. Click icon to see more.

Sharing Center

This section is a place for you to find local herbal & plant information. We encourage you to share your knowledge by submitting articles, recipes or herbal projects. Click icon to read more.

How to Join

It is easy and not expensive to join the WVHA. Your dues go to supporting outreach in our local herb and plant communities as well as other member benefits.
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  • Annual Fall Conference ~ The Many Uses of Herbs
    October 19, 2024 - Jackson's Mill, Weston WV


    WVHA 32rd Annual Fall Conference. The event features how to use herbs, spices, wild and medicinal plants. Learn from local herbalists and plant experts to deepen your knowledge of herbs and spices.

    For more information and to see presenters for the Fall Conference click here to go to the Events page.

    We are still accepting applications for vendors and volunteers and email us if you are interested:

  • Newsletter

    The Fall WVHA newsletter will be released in early September! Please click to become a member and receive a copy!

  • Spring Gathering Conference

    The WVHA Spring Gathering will be in early spring 2025.

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Quotes & Inspirations

Herbalism is a religion of nature, representing a balance of head and heart.

wisdom from Michael Tierra, L.AC., O.M.D, founder of the American Herbalists Guild

Every home should have an herbalist.

quote from Dr. John Christopher, American herbalist and naturopath

The plants have enough wisdom to transform our limited vision.

wisdom from Rosemary Gladstar, Sage Mountain Herbs & United Plant Savers

When in doubt, use nettles.

wisdom from David Hoffman, FNIMH, AHG, Traditional Medicinals