Connecting Humans & Nature to promote Stewardship and Healing
Founded by herbalist Rosemary Gladstar and family in 1987, Sage Mountain Botanical Sanctuary is one of New England’s foremost conservation education centers. Located on 600 acres within nearly 80,000 acres of contiguous wilderness in central Vermont, this land has provided a sanctuary for over thirty years to plants, animals, and people. We invite you to learn more about Sage Mountain, the classes we offer, and to become involved in our programs and initiatives.
Our Plant Allies for Emotional Resilience course is offered by donation in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month
Join the class for free, or make a small gift to support Grief Care efforts in Uvalde, TX
Visit this link to learn more and sign up
Whether you are a former student or simply a fan of Rosemary’s teachings, a visit to the Sanctuary is a special way to connect with the land and her legacy.
Book a private retreat in one of our cabins, or come for a day to wander the gardens and hike on the trails
Day visits and private retreats open June 1st – October 31st
Enrich your mind, body and spirit through our educational programs.
Join us for online classes, onsite trainings, and interactive research opportunities.
Home to over 500 documented plant species and a rich wildlife habitat, our unparalleled biodiversity is a model for conservation. Learn about our botanical & wildlife efforts.