Jessica Baker is a widely respected public speaker, educator, acupuncturist and herbalist. She offers a variety of presentations for workshops, conferences, and seminars as well as classes for continuing education credits needed by professionals in the fields of aromatherapy, herbalism and Chinese medicine.
I am a writer, green witch, an herbalist, a wisewoman… one who loves the earth and gives voice to the healing wild food and medicine plants which surround us and a teacher of WiseWoman Healing Ways of Herbal Medicine and EarthSpirit teachings. Common plants are our teachers. Weeds and wild flowers show us the joyful abundance and generosity of (our true) nature. They freely share their gifts of food, medicine, beauty, and wholeness. It is my pleasure to help women and men remember our ancient and global heritage of Wisewoman Healing Ways; ways of compassionate intuition, nurturing ourselves and our unique rhythms, magical rituals celebrating the cycles of life, death and rebirth, and honoring the sacred web of life.
Hidden Acres Farm, Inc. – formally Self Injury Awareness, Inc. (SIAN CT) – is an incorporated 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded in Tolland, Connecticut. We strive to provide timely, substantive trainings, workshops and seminars on topics as such food and environmental justice, widening access to quality food stuffs (particularly in urban food deserts throughout the state), field-tested permaculture strategies and the importance of whole person/multidimensional care – physical, emotional and spiritual, respectively. We also seek to demystify the value of industrial hemp as a viable agriculture product -hence our symbol, the cannabis leaf. Please check in with us regularly for new programming at a town center or farm nearest you!
Know Your Roots helps you get to know your land and bring it to its full potential, realizing and utilizing its full bounty. We offer classes, workshops, consultations, and counseling focused on cultivation, foraging, herbs, medicine making, and exploring the natural world of plants and fruit trees. From herbs to orchards, we forage, cultivate and care for the natural bounty of the Earth.Our products are made from wild-harvested herbs, processed to preserve their peak medicinal properties, free from harsh chemicals or preservatives. Everything is handmade in small batches with love and intention. We know you will love our products as much as we love making them. Website: www.knowyouroots.com/ Phone: (845) 249-3440 Email: Debbie@knowyouroots.com Location: Trumansburg, NY
Emily Cavelier, owner of Nourishing Root: feed your whole self, is a chef and herbalist offering dietary and herbal wellness consultations. Nourishing Root grew out of a passion to help others feed their whole selves through nutrient-dense, satisfying foods, herbal preparations, lifestyle adjustments, and reconnection to the web that sustains us. Contact me for more information on private cooking; recipe development; custom-made, healthy, delicious desserts; cooking lessons. Follow Nourishing Root on Instagram and subscribe for a monthly herbal and culinary newsletter. Website: www.nourishingroot.com Phone: (347) 563-6242 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Brooklyn, NY
Connecticut Herb Association
Connecticut Herb Association (CHA) was created by a group of enthusiasts with a simple desire to educate and share the diverse world of herbs with one another and our community throughout the state. We also work to compile a local network of herb-related resources.
CHA serves as a forum for exchange of information and discussion regarding importance issues in the herbal community and hosts events and gatherings around the state throughout the year.
Greenhill Collective Farm is a ecologically harmonious farmstead focused on small vegetable, fruit, mushroom, flowers, medicinal and culinary herbs and small livestock production. Certified Organic by the state of NH for over 10 years , we participate in area farmers markets, the Warner Fall Foliage Festival, and sell our Soothe Hand Luke's products to local shops.
The Root Circle is a cultural center and herbal education school that seeks to reclaim and promote plants and plant medicine as an integral component of healthy human community. We share plant-based medicine teaching, ancestral skills and Earth healing magick that is rooted in place and centered on principles of social justice, sustainability, permaculture, and ecological restoration. Our offerings include online classes, a CSH (Community Supported Herbalism) seasonal plant medicine share, books and educational materials, and onsite workshops.
Works mainly doing assessments for men and women for hormonal balance, including thyroid treatment.
Phone: (260) 423-3304 Email: email@example.com Address: 2426 Lake Avenue Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Brenda Lynn Gould
Bear and Bumblebee Herbals
Brenda Lynn Gould, an herbalist specializing in medicinal mushrooms, tries to empower interested people to learn and use what’s in their own back yards to create and maintain good health. Phone: (207) 674-2606 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: West Paris, ME
Madelon Hope, M.Ed., LMHC Boston School of Herbal Studies
The Boston School of Herbal Studies offers two Herbal Apprenticeships, Advanced Training, Aromatherapy Certification and ongoing, affordable classes.
In addition to being a licensed acupuncturist, Brendan is an herbalist of 19 years with training in eastern and western healing traditions and has been practicing Chinese medicine full-time for 11 years. He has been a western herbal business owner and consultant to natural product companies and western medical practitioners. He is on the faculty at AFEA in Florida and an adjunct professor at Johnson State College in VT.
The Village Herbalist offers a full herbal apothecary and natural healing consultations with clinically trained herbalist, Terri Lundquist. Our small village shop also has earth-friendly, mostly plant-based products for personal, pet and natural home care.
I am a community herbalist, educator, medicine-maker, permaculturalist and herb-grower. My herbal practice is grounded in the Wise Woman Tradition of herbalism and greatly influenced by the ancient herbal traditions of Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. As a teacher and practitioner I enjoy helping my students and community connect with their herbal roots (we all have them!) and believe there is a deep cultural healing that occurs when folks connect personally with their medicine- be it harvesting and drying their own herbs, incorporating herbs into their cooking routines, brewing a simple cup of tea, or recognizing the weeds growing in the sidewalk cracks! I am passionate about educating the public about the wonders of herbal medicine and regularly lead herbwalks and herbal classes all throughout the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts, and sometimes beyond. And, since I simply can't keep my hands out of the dirt, I started an medicinal plant nursery, propagating and growing over a hundred medicinal herbs and offering them to the public, so that folks can grow and tend their own medicine! I live on a small herb farm in the woods where I share the land with my family, chickens, cats and over 100 species of medicinal herbs. Every Friday I staff the Blue Dragon Community Herbal Clinic in Greenfield, MA, a low-cost, walk-in clinic.
Clearpath Herbals A clinical and community herbalist offering health consultations in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts since 1995, with experience and training in Western, Chinese and Native American healing traditions. Founder of Clearpath School of Herbal Medicine -- offering classes and certification programs in herbalism and holistic health since 2000 – and of Clearpath Herbals, maker of quality custom-blended herbal formulations for the full range of health issues, much of the medicine conscientiously wildcrafted or harvested at Clearpath Medicine Gardens in Montague, MA. Chris also teaches Topics in Herbalism at UMass in Amherst. He is also co-director of Local Harmony, a local non-profit dedicated to growing gardens, community and the environment through cultivation and stewardship.
Shannon Mulligan-Mayernik is an herbalist and plant medicine maker based in Northern New Jersey. Co-Owner of Mayernik Kitchen, Beekeeper & Educator of all things local and homemade. Graduate apprentice of herbalist Robin Rose Bennett and recent graduate of the Chestnut School of Herbs. Shannon also graduated from the Academy of Culinary Nutrition in 2015. Currently, Shannon is participating in a year long clinical program for herbal medicine in Bronx, New York.
Introductory and Advanced Apprenticeships:The Art of Home Herbalism and Foundations in Herbal Medicine, as well as day-long and evening workshops. Herbal consultations in person or over the phone with an emphasis on empowerment and education alongside lifestyle, dietary and herbal protocols.
Phone and in-person appointments for help treating medical disorders using nutrition/diet, herbal medicine (Western, Indian, Chinese) and natural supplements. Board-certified practitioner of Ayurvedic and Chinese Natural Medicine.
I live with my beautiful family in Proctor, VT (Rutland County). We are in the beginning stages of a small herb farm. We believe strongly in nourishing the land with holistic, organic, and Biodynamic ideals - so that, in turn, she will nourish all of us! Peace!