March 2, 2019 | 10 am to 1 pm

Are you interested in beginning a small business?
Are you feeling overwhelmed at where to begin?
This workshop is just for you!

Description | 101 Herbal is taught in two segments. The first segment regards what steps are needed twelve months prior to opening an herbal business. The second segment discusses the grand opening of a business and beyond. This is a donation based information filled class; come prepared to discuss everything from product develop to taxes.
Workshop Outline | Basic 101 Opening an Herbal Business 
    12-Months Prior To Opening
Business plan, funding, product development, branding and design, website development
    12-Months After Opening
Business Relations, Advertising, Accounting (taxes- monthly, quarterly, yearly), Customer/Client Relations, Product Development (profit/loss, margins, turnover rate)
Cost: $10 suggested Donation or Trade
To Register: Please email Megan at
With the email subject line: 101 Herbal Class Attendee

Your Instructor |
Megan Fuhrman-Wheeler, CCH, CN

Megan is the owner of MEGAN & CO. Herbal Apothecary and Clinic in Spirit Lake, Iowa. Megan’s path to herbalism was paved out of personal experience. As a child, she was diagnosed with epilepsy at age of 10. Most of her childhood was spent juggling different pharmaceuticals with the hopes of calming her seizures. By the time she reached her mid-twenties, she was looking for another path and that road was herbalism.

She attended the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism from 2014-2016. Through herbalism and nutrition She was able to heal herself, as she had never done before.Her personal experiences strengthened her and she soon became determined to share these methods with others.

Megan opened MEGAN & CO. in June of 2017 as a Certified Clinical Herbalist, a Certified Clinical Nutritionist, and Flower Essence Practitioner. It is her hope that the Apothecary will be able to spread herbal knowledge to rural America in a safe, constructive, and accessible manner.

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