The Exploring Psychedelics Conference 
May 25th and 26th, 2017
at Southern Oregon University, Ashland, Oregon


Exploring Psychedelics returns for its fourth year to Southern Oregon University in May of 2017.

Submissions for the 2017 event are now CLOSED. Thanks to everyone who submitted. The 2017 line-up and schedule will be determined over the coming weeks and posted here once everything is set.

The Exploring Psychedelics conference was co-founded by Matt Vogel and Martin Ball in 2014, both of whom are instructors at Southern Oregon University. Their goal was to create an event where diverse perspectives on psychedelics could be explored and discussed openly and with an eye toward challenging the logic of prohibitionist laws against these unique plants and substances that have been used for spiritual, religious, and healing purposes by countless cultures over the span of human history.

What started as a small community event has now turned into the largest international conference about psychedelics north of San Francisco in the western US.

Talks from the 2016 conference can be listened to on the Entheogenic Evolution Podcast player below:

Our 2016 event was the best yet, and we're looking forward to 2017! In the meantime, if you missed our 2016 event, talks from the conference are being made available on the Entheogenic Evolution Podcast.

The 2017 conference will be held on May 25th and 26th. Submissions for presenters is from Feb 1st to March 15th.

If you would like to donate to help us cover our costs for the 2017 conference, please use the Paypal donation button above. Your support is vital for our ability to make the conference free to the public.

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