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What does IHA stand for?

IHA stands for International Herb Association

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Good news!Sept. 14, 2015 is the new deadline to get the early bird rate for the 2015 International Herb Association Conference on Nov. 6 & 7 in Fernandina Beach, Florida. It's been a busy summer! Many of you haven't had the time to register for 2015 IHA Conference. Don't worry! You can still get the low, early bird rate when you register by Sept. 14. Check out some of the amazing speakers at this year's event:Beyond the Bell: The Diverse World of Capsicumsby Mark Uchanski PhDFlorida’s Edible Wild Plantsby Peggy LantzHerbal First Aid & Home Careby Natalie VickeryA Dozen Native Medicinal Plants of the Deep South by Susan MarynowskiPungent Peppers: How We Love the Heat by Mark Uchanski PhDTrue Tales of Hot Foot Powder & Couraheous Chile Concoctionsby Tina WilcoxAnd many more!!See all the event speakers and event details at www.
The International Herb Association was founded by Mary Peddie (1921-2002) of Washington, Kentucky. The association was originally named the International Herb Growers and Marketing Association, IHGMA. Many famous people in the world of herbs have been members, among them Adelma Simmons and Ron Zimmerman, now of The Herbfarm restaurant in Woodinville, Washington.
Good news!Sept. 14, 2015 is the new deadline to get the early bird rate for the 2015 International Herb Association Conference on Nov. 6 & 7 in Fernandina Beach, Florida. It's been a busy summer! Many of you haven't had the time to register for 2015 IHA Conference. Don't worry! You can still get the low, early bird rate when you register by Sept. 14. Check out some of the amazing speakers at this year's event:Beyond the Bell: The Diverse World of Capsicumsby Mark Uchanski PhDFlorida’s Edible Wild Plantsby Peggy LantzHerbal First Aid & Home Careby Natalie VickeryA Dozen Native Medicinal Plants of the Deep South by Susan MarynowskiPungent Peppers: How We Love the Heat by Mark Uchanski PhDTrue Tales of Hot Foot Powder & Couraheous Chile Concoctionsby Tina WilcoxAnd many more!!See all the event speakers and event details at www.