Join Dr Patrick Jones and all of the instructors from The HomeGrown Herbalist School of Botanical Medicine for an immersive 2-day event focused on preparing you to take back control of your health

Life is precarious at times, and the unknown can bring anxiety and concern. Knowledge is the best way to combat the fear and feel empowered and prepared to address health concerns for yourself and your loved ones in challenging times.

Highlights include:

  • Plant walks in the HomeGrown Herbalist Show Garden
  • Mastering herbal gardening, harvesting and processing techniques
  • Pioneering research on herb-drug interactions
  • Natural approaches for pain, hypertension and emergencies
  • Nutrition and tonic herbs for vitality and wellness
  • Veterinary herbalism- how and when to use herbal medicine on livestock and pets.
  • The art and science of making herbal preparations.

Whether you’re a beginner or experienced practitioner, this one-of-a-kind event will deepen your understanding of healing plants and empower you with knowledge to optimize well-being naturally. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from leading experts in an inspiring educational setting. Register now as space is limited!

On July 26th and 27th (unless you select Plant Walk Group A which will be the 25th)

In Filer Idaho 4094 N 2100 E Filer ID 83301 (Maps – Open in New Tab)

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Resilient Roots - Ticket

Immerse yourself in the healing power of nature at The HomeGrown Herbalist School's 2-day event on July 26-27, 2024. Led by expert herbalist Dr. Patrick Jones, you'll gain hands-on experience in plant identification, harvesting, and medicine making. Discover natural approaches for common health concerns and expand your herbal knowledge through engaging seminars. Whether a beginner or experienced practitioner, this transformative weekend will deepen your connection to the botanical world.

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Option Catered Meals for Herbal Weekend

Friday from Noon to 1 PM – Optional Catered Lunch with Doc

A meal catered by Texas Roadhouse

Steak Tips, Mashed Potatoes, Salad, Bread Rolls, and Various Drinks (Soda, Tea, Water Etc.)

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Saturday from Noon to 1 PM – Optional Catered Lunch with Doc

A meal catered by Texas Roadhouse

BBQ Chicken, Seasoned Rice, Salad, Bread Rolls, and Various Drinks (Soda, Tea, Water Etc.)

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Resilient Roots: Homegrown Herbalist’s Survival Conference July 26th -27th

July 26th – July 27th 2024

This class is brought to you by The HomeGrown Herbalist School of Botanical Medicine

Held At: 4094 N 2100 E Filer Idaho 83328

Please read the full product description. If you still have questions after reading the description, please send them to: [email protected]

If You would like catered lunches on Friday and Saturday, Please Make Sure You have signed up for the catered lunches by purchasing a lunch on this page.

Your instructor:

Dr. Patrick Jones, Clinical Herbalist, Naturopath, and Veterinarian has been using herbal medicines in his Naturopathy and Veterinary practices for decades.

Students of The HomeGrown Herbalist School of Botanical Medicine Get a Significant Discount on All Events and Services. Just Make Sure You’re logged in to see the discount! If you are a student and have already logged in, the discounted priced will be shown an applied automatically.

Cancellation Policy: Due to the nature of this being an in-person event with limited seating, cancellations will not be eligible for refund after May 25th, 2024 (60 days before the event). By purchasing this product, you are reserving a seat on a first-come-first-serve basis, and late cancellations remove the opportunity for other students who would have attend if the ticket had been available. If you are not sure that you can attend, please verify your schedule and availability before purchasing a seat.


– Schedule of Events –


Plant Walk (Group A) and Plant Identification Experience

July 25th | 6:00pm – 7:00pm | Plant Walk and Plant Identification at the HomeGrown Herbalist Show Garden

Join us for a summer plant walk hosted by Doctor Patrick Jones! This event will be held at the beautiful HomeGrown Herbalist Show Garden. There are no prerequisites for this activity. Everyone is welcome! Whether you are a beginner or an advanced practitioner, spending time in nature interacting with botanicals is an integral step on your journey to becoming a true healer.

During the class you will learn:

  • Plant identification
  • Ethics and techniques of foraging and harvesting
  • Medicinal actions
  • Modern and traditional uses
  • Field applications of fresh herbs

Participants are encouraged to bring the following:

  • Notebook
  • Camera if desired
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Bottled water
  • Lawn chair if standing is an issue
  • Appropriate footwear
  • Clothing and umbrellas appropriate for the weather

We hope this unique, hands-on adventure will inspire you and enhance your comfort levels and relationships with these beautiful plants.


Plant Walk (Group B) and Plant Identification Experience

July 26th | 7:00am – 8:00am | Plant Walk and Plant Identification at the HomeGrown Herbalist Show Garden

Join us for a summer plant walk hosted by Doctor Patrick Jones! This event will be held at the beautiful HomeGrown Herbalist Show Garden. There are no prerequisites for this activity. Everyone is welcome! Whether you are a beginner or an advanced practitioner, spending time in nature interacting with botanicals is an integral step on your journey to becoming a true healer.

During the class you will learn:

  • Plant identification
  • Ethics and techniques of foraging and harvesting
  • Medicinal actions
  • Modern and traditional uses
  • Field applications of fresh herbs
  • And Much More!

Participants are encouraged to bring the following:

  • Notebook
  • Camera if desired
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Bottled water
  • Lawn chair if standing is an issue
  • Appropriate footwear
  • Clothing and umbrellas appropriate for the weather

We hope this unique, hands-on adventure will inspire you and enhance your comfort levels and relationships with these beautiful plants.


Advanced Herbal Gardening, Harvesting & Processing Seminar

July 26th | 9:00am – 10:00am | Herbal Gardening, Harvesting & Processing Seminar

Join our team of instructors for an in-depth seminar on Harvesting and Processing your Herbal Garden. Learn successful strategies for growing, harvesting, processing and safely storing medicinal plants. There are no prerequisites for this course. Everyone is welcome!


Advanced Veterinary Herbalism Masters Seminar

July 26th | 11:00am – 12:00pm | Veterinary Herbalism Seminar

Join Dr. Jones for an in-depth seminar on Veterinary Herbalism. Learn how and when to use herbal medicines on livestock including dosing and administration strategies as well as specific interventions for horse, cow, goat, poultry and pet issues. There are no prerequisites for this course. Everyone is welcome!


Optional Catered Lunch from Texas Roadhouse

July 26th, 2024 from Noon to 1 PM – Optional Catered Luncheon

A meal catered by Texas Roadhouse – Steak Tips, Mashed Potatoes, Salad, Bread Rolls, and Various Drinks (Soda, Tea, Water Etc.)

Please Make Sure You have signed up for the optional catered lunches by purchasing a lunch here.


Roundtable Forum | Must-Have Herbs for Your Garden

July 26th | 1:30pm – 2:30pm | Roundtable Forum Must-Have Herbs for Your Garden

A round table of HomeGrown Herbalist School instructors discuss their choices on must-have herbs to have on hand for true preparedness. There are no prerequisites for this course. Everyone is welcome!


Life-Changing Nutritional and Tonic Herbs!

July 26th | 3:30pm – 4:30pm | Life-Changing Nutritional and Tonic Herbs!

Dr. Brandon Rose, Ph.D. Discusses the extraordinary benefits of herbs used as nutritive and daily tonics. There are no prerequisites for this course. Everyone is welcome!


Plant Walk (Group C) and Plant Identification Experience

July 26th | 5:30pm – 6:30pm | Plant Walk and Plant Identification at the HomeGrown Herbalist Show Garden

Join us for a summer plant walk hosted by Doctor Patrick Jones! This event will be held at the beautiful HomeGrown Herbalist Show Garden. There are no prerequisites for this activity. Everyone is welcome! Whether you are a beginner or an advanced practitioner, spending time in nature interacting with botanicals is an integral step on your journey to becoming a true healer.

During the class you will learn:

  • Plant identification
  • Ethics and techniques of foraging and harvesting
  • Medicinal actions
  • Modern and traditional uses
  • Field applications of fresh herbs
  • And Much More!

Participants are encouraged to bring the following:

  • Notebook
  • Camera if desired
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Bottled water
  • Lawn chair if standing is an issue
  • Appropriate footwear
  • Clothing and umbrellas appropriate for the weather

We hope this unique, hands-on adventure will inspire you and enhance your comfort levels and relationships with these beautiful plants.


Plant Walk (Group D) and Plant Identification Experience

July 27th | 7:00am – 8:00am | Plant Walk and Plant Identification at the HomeGrown Herbalist Show Garden

Join us for a summer plant walk hosted by Doctor Patrick Jones! This event will be held at the beautiful HomeGrown Herbalist Show Garden. There are no prerequisites for this activity. Everyone is welcome! Whether you are a beginner or an advanced practitioner, spending time in nature interacting with botanicals is an integral step on your journey to becoming a true healer.

During the class you will learn:

  • Plant identification
  • Ethics and techniques of foraging and harvesting
  • Medicinal actions
  • Modern and traditional uses
  • Field applications of fresh herbs
  • And Much More!

Participants are encouraged to bring the following:

  • Notebook
  • Camera if desired
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Bottled water
  • Lawn chair if standing is an issue
  • Appropriate footwear
  • Clothing and umbrellas appropriate for the weather

We hope this unique, hands-on adventure will inspire you and enhance your comfort levels and relationships with these beautiful plants.


Pros and Cons of Combining Herbs and Pharmaceuticals

July 27th | 90:0am – 10:00am | Pros and Cons of Combining Herbs and Pharmaceuticals

Dr. Patrick Jones discusses risks and benefits of combining herbs and pharmaceuticals. Sometimes herbs and pharmaceuticals enhance each other and sometimes they compete and counteract each other’s actions. There are no prerequisites for this course. Everyone is welcome!


Hope For High Blood Pressure: Natural Interventions

July 27th | 10:00am – 10:30am | Hope for High Blood Pressure: Natural Interventions

LoriAnn Jones, traditional naturopath and midwife, discusses natural interventions and herbal rockstars for high blood pressure. There are no prerequisites for this course. Everyone is welcome!


Herbal and Natural Interventions for Pain

July 27th | 11:00am – 12:00am | Herbal and Natural Interventions for Pain

Dr. Patrick Jones discusses herbs and other natural interventions for acute and chronic pain. There are no prerequisites for this course. Everyone is welcome!


Optional Catered Lunch from Texas Roadhouse

July 27th, 2024 from Noon to 1 PM – Optional Catered Luncheon

A meal catered by Texas Roadhouse – BBQ Chicken, Seasoned Rice, Salad, Bread Rolls, and Various Drinks (Soda, Tea, Water Etc.)

Please Make Sure You have signed up for the optional catered lunches at least 48 hours before the event begins.


Natural Interventions for First Aid and Emergencies

July 27th | 1:30pm – 2:30pm | Natural Interventions for First Aid and Emergencies

Join Dr. Jed Adamson, naturopath and experienced ambulance EMT in a discussion of lifesaving first response remedies and practices. There are no prerequisites for this course. Everyone is welcome!


Making Herbal Medicines – Hands on Workshop

July 27th | 2:30pm – 4:00pm | Making Herbal Medicines – Hands on Workshop

This is a hands-on workshop where you’ll learn about herbal capsules, pills, hot infusions, cold infusions, tinctures, glycerites, vinegars, oxymels, electuaries, poultices, syrups and more. You’ll learn the pros and cons of each delivery system and how to make and use them. There are no prerequisites for this course. Everyone is welcome!

How to Take Herbs - Product Forms and Suggested Servings

Product Forms

Most HomeGrown Herbalist products are sold in three forms powders, tinctures and capsules. People often ask which form is best. The truth is, it matters very little how we get herbs into our body but there are some advantages to each form.
Powders: Powders are the least expensive form. Powders can be made into teas or tinctures or you can just put the powder into a little juice or water and drink it.
Tinctures: Tinctures are alcohol extracts of herbs. They act a little more quickly in the body and are very portable. Tinctures can be taken alone or mixed with a little juice or water.
Capsules: Capsules are my least favorite form personally. I believe that many herbs are more effective if capsules arent used.
Click here to read a blog article on Capsules
Any of the above forms can be mixed with your morning smoothie or with yogurt, apple sauce etc... Tinctures mix really well with these products: Barleans Seriously Delicious Omega-3 Fish Oil. This is a great way to get tinctures into children and adults that are sensitive to yucky herb flavors.

Recommended Servings for Humans

For chronic or maintenance issues, twice daily is usually sufficient. For acute situations, dosing can be done more frequently.

Herbs and Adults

Powders for Adults: 1-2 rounded teaspoons 2-3 times daily.
Tinctures for Adults: 1/4 to 1 teaspoon 2-3 times daily.
Capsules for Adults: 4 capsules 2-3 times daily.

Herbs and Children

I dont recommend herb use in children under two years of age without consulting a qualified practitioner. When I do use herbs for children. I dose them based on weight compared to an adult...1/2 an adult...1/3 of an adult etc...

Herbs and Pets

All of our formulas were created so that they could use in either humans or in dogs and cats. Most dogs will eat herbs willingly if the powdered form is mixed with a little wet food. Tinctures can also be used. Most cats are very resistant to taking herbs willingly. For chronic or maintenance issues, twice daily is usually sufficient. For acute situations, dosing can be done more frequently.

Powders for Pets

Under 10 Pounds: 1/8 teaspoon twice daily
10-20 Pounds: 1/4 teaspoon twice daily
20-40 Pounds: 1/2 teaspoon twice daily
40-60 Pounds: 3/4 teaspoon twice daily
Over 60 Pounds: 1 rounded teaspoon twice daily

Tinctures for Pets:

Under 10 Pounds: 3 drops twice daily
10-20 Pounds: 5 drops twice daily
20-40 Pounds: 10 drops twice daily
40-60 Pounds: 20 drops twice daily
Over 60 Pounds: 30 drops twice daily

Capsules for Pets:

Under 10 Pounds:1/4 capsule twice daily
10-20 Pounds: 1/2-4 capsule twice daily
20-40 Pounds: 1 capsule twice daily
40-60 Pounds: 2 capsule2 twice daily
Over 60 Pounds: 3 capsules twice daily

Dosing for Livestock:

Powders for Livestock:

Smaller animals: dose by weight as if they were pets
100-200 Pounds: 1 rounded tsp 2-4 times daily
200-400 Pounds: 2 rounded tsp 2-4 times daily
Adult Horses and Cattle: 1-2 tablespoons 2-4 times daily

Tinctures for Livestock:

Smaller animals: dose by weight as if they were pets
100-200 Pounds: 1 tsp 2-4 times daily
200-400 Pounds: 2 tsp 2-4 times daily
Adult Horses and Cattle: 5 cc 2-4 times daily

Option Catered Meals for Herbal Weekend

Select Meal Days:

Both Days, Friday, Saturday

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The HomeGrown Approach - What Makes us Different?

Many of our Herbal Products are created with herbs that are grown right here! Of course there are many plants that are outside the scope of our ability to grow in Idaho, due to either climate or quantity requirements. So when we need to supplement our growing efforts, we purchase only the finest product from quality, growers that we trust! All of our Single Herb Tinctures are made right here at our own facility with a single plant.

Our plants are grown, weeded, harvested and processed by caring herbalists filled with healing intent, not by machines. HomeGrown plant harvesting is timed for maximum potency...not the day the combine is scheduled. - Only the most medicinal portions of the HomeGrown plants are utilized for medicine making. - No pesticides, herbicides or artificial fertilizers of any kind are used in our herb gardens. HomeGrown wildcrafted herbs are ethically collected and identified by experienced herbalists, not minimum-wage, apathetic employees.

Yeah, we might be crazy to go to all the trouble when we could import material from Bulgaria for a tenth of the price, but we have experienced the difference in the quality of the end product. We are confident that when you use our HomeGrown herbals, you WILL see what all the fuss was about!