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Webinar May 25th, 2021
4:30-6:00 PST 

Registrations close at noon PST on May 25th

IPCI will answer questions about the delicate ecological status of Peyote and how Indigenous Peyote peoples are conducting biocultural conservation of this sacred plant. We hope to discuss questions and concerns relating to how this effort intersects with the psychedelic movement, particularly decriminalization efforts in the U.S.

It’s free!  To register, RSVP here. Registrations close at noon PST on May 25th, at which time we will send attendees the zoom link.  To learn more about IPCI, visit IPCI.life.

Read Open Letter to the Psychedelic Movement Regarding Peyote in Policy Efforts and How to be an Ally to Indigenous Peoples of North America.

Read FAQ questions about the Plant Medicine Healing Alliance and Peyote regulation and conservation issues.


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