Join us for The 11th Annual
Portland Plant Medicine Gathering

November 23rd + 24th, 2019

Lewis and Clark College
0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd, Portland, OR 97219

Online Registration is OPEN!

$200 for the full weekend

*Sliding Scale for Black, Indigenous, and Non-Black POC: ($0-150)


CONFERENCE INFORMATION  /  WEEKEND SCHEDULE  /  LOCATION DETAILS  /  TEACHER BIOS

The Portland Plant Medicine Gathering is a full weekend of workshops on community care, radical health, herbal first aid, plant magic, flower essences, medicine making, botanical identification, medicinal gardening, decolonizing self, connection to nature, queering plant medicine, social justice,and more! Together we celebrate the beauty and strength of plants, community, and our wild hearts. 

With full awareness that we live in a white supremacist patriarchal culture and that the practice of herbalism in this country historically has been represented through a European lens, this conference does not support or tolerate cultural appropriation, racism, sexism, fat-phobia, homophobia, or any forms of oppression. This gathering aims to create a space outside of this culture where diversity is welcomed and celebrated. 

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An update on the transition:

As many of you already know, PPMG has transitioned to BIPOC leadership. Touk Keo has transitioned into this new role with the intention of turning PPMG into a community-oriented space, centering on the voices of our Black and Native or Indigenous community members. This also means the creation of board and committee of BIPOC healers focusing on decolonization and/or deconditioning of whiteness. We thank you for your patience during this transition and are excited to move forward together, have the difficult conversations needed, and bring the gathering back to the healing and reverence of the plants. See more information about the committee here.

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