Online registration is closed. Registration for the weekend, days or classes opens at 6 p.m.on Friday, November 16, in the lobby at Krotona Hall. Saturday registration begins at 8 a.m. and Sunday at 9 a.m. See full Schedule at this link.

The Ojai Herbal Symposium on “Natural Resilience” will be held Friday evening, November 16, through Sunday, November 18, in Ojai CA.

Registration fees:

Full weekend price: $285
(includes Saturday night PhytoPhunk Dance and Elixir Bar)

Friday keynote address by Kevin Spelman, PhD: $35

Other individual presentations: $25

Friday/Saturday Spelman package: $175

Saturday only: $150

Sunday only: $100

Dance at Greater Goods is by donation for all but full-weekend participants

Acupuncturists, please note: We have been accepted as Continuing Education Provider #1526 by the California Acupuncture Board. The following 10 classes are now approved for one Category 1 credit each with a possibility of 9 CEUs per attendee due to scheduling:

“Insights Into Resilience: The Human-Plant Connection”
“Curing Chronic Pain”
“Cannabidiol: The Anxiolytic, Anti-Inflammatory, Analgesic, Nootropic, Non-Euphoric Cannabinoid”
“The Role of Nutritional Herbology in Natural Resilience”
“Drug/Herb/Nutrient Interactions”
“The Terpenes of Cannabis”
“Medicinal Foods & Herbs: Which Adaptogen Suits You?”
“Adaptogens, Nootropics, and Nervines- A Powerful Herbal Trinity”
“Ginger Root Tea & Mint Tea: Valuable Healing Agents and Resilient Friends”
“Herbs for Psycho-Spiritual Resilience and Healing Trauma, including PTSD”

Full-time students: Ask about our student discount here.

Refund policy: Before November 2, full symposium registration fees will be refunded minus a $50 processing fee per registrant. No refunds can be given after November 2, 2018. Please make all refund requests by email. Individual classes are non-refundable.

Questions? Email or call 805-646-6281.


Contact Us

Lanny Kaufer

Phone: 805-646-6281



Contributing to Community

Thank to our sponsors, including Sespe Creek Collective, we will be able to donate a portion of the proceeds to the Greater Goods Relief Fund, dedicated to those in the Ojai area affected by the Thomas Fire of December 2017 who have significant losses and little support.