The WVHS is a non-for-profit corporation organized and operated for educational,
scientific and civic purposes related to herbs.
The society is dedicated to educating the public about herbs and their many uses.
In an attempt to live more natural and healthful lifestyles, many people from all walks of life are showing an interest in growing herbs
as an alternative health source.
There is no other group of plants that appeal to such diversified interests than herbs
Wabash Valley Herb Society meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month (except for January). We are always looking for new members. If you love to garden, get your hands dirty, and meet people with the same interest come and join us. Our monthly meetings are open to the public. Everyone is welcome.
2022 Spring Thyme Plant and Herb Fair
8:00am - 3:00pm
Wabash Valley Fairgrounds
Interested vendors can contact via email or phone.
812-236-7312 (after 5:00pm)
Greg Fields, president of the Terre Haute Farmers Market visited us for our April meeting. Gregg shared what the farmer's market offer to customers. He explained what you had to do to become a vendor at the market. The summer Farmers Market starts May 14th.thru October 29th. It is held at the Meadows Shopping Center parking lot. The Farmers Market is 8am till noon each Saturday.
They have several vendors offering soaps, lotions, candles, plants, vegetables, fruit, fresh cut flowers and handmade items.
2022 Meeting Activties
May - Our annual pizza wrap- up party after the Herb Fair.
Ute Shelter/Deming Park
June- It's fair time. we will discuss how to enter exhibits into open class herb and horticultural classes.
Burkeybyle Shelter/Hawthorne Park.
July- Scholarship family picnic, celebrate our scholarship recipients along with their families.
Girl Scout Building
August-Working on having someone come and talk about pest control
Dobbs Park/Gerstmeyer Shelter
September- We will be visiting the White Violet Center to learn about their Alpaca program.
White Violet Center /St Mary of the Woods
October- Our annual bean cookout at the home of Treva and Virgil Cook