Horizon Herbs - my favorite seed & plant company for medicinal herbs.
Samuel Thayer - This is the home site for Sam Thayer, renowned author and forager and internationally recognized authority on edible wild plants. It is also the site for Forager's Harvest Press, publisher of Sam's award-winning wild food books. Our mission is to promote responsible foraging, appreciation and conservation of Nature, and sustainable food production systems.
Thomas J. Elpel - Botany in a Day; Wonderful book! Learn to Identify plants by Families. It'll change the way you look at plants forever. He has a on-line course.
Southeast Wise Woman - Honoring woman & the Earth; educational events in the Southeast for woman to learn, to connect & deepen to the Wise Woman Tradition - earth based healing, local plants & deep nourishment.
Midwest Woman's Herbal conference; Join us for a gathering of the feminine, a wide spectrum of Midwest Herbalists and earth-based speakers, plant walks, topics including herbs for family health, wild edibles, fermentation, permaculture, movement, herbal wisdom the Wise Woman way and much more!
Dr. Rosita Arvigo DN - The Quest for the Treasure of the Belize Rainforest is Rosita Arvigo’s magnificent obsession. She believes that if she could locate and train with a natural healer trained in the old ways, she could begin to unlock the knowledge that would help people the world over regain their health. Like most great adventures this is easier said than done and often takes half a lifetime.
Rosemary Gladstar - Is a pioneer in the herbal movement & is referred to as the Godmother of American herbalism. Great teacher with many books, online classes & home study courses
Christopher Hobbs - is a fourth-generation, internationally renowned herbalist, licensed acupuncturist, author, clinician, botanist, mycologist, and research scientist with over 35 years of experience with herbal medicine.
Phyllis D. Light - A fourth generation Herbalist and Healer, Phyllis D. Light has studied and worked with herbs, foods and other healing techniques for over 30 years. Her studies in Traditional Southern Appalachian Folk Medicine began in the deep woods of North Alabama with lessons from her grandmother, whose herbal and healing knowledge had its roots in her Creek/Cherokee heritage. Phyllis’ studies continued as an apprentice with the late Tommie Bass, a nationally renowned folk herbalist from Sand Rock, Alabama, as well as other herbal Elders throughout the Appalachians and the Deep South.
Micheal Moore Southwest School of Botanical Studies; The SWSBM continues to offer distance learning programs that represent Michael Moore's herbal wisdom and the unique knowledge he accumulated during three decades of teaching and a lifetime of studying medicinal plants. These programs, which include an extensive library of Michael in the classroom setting, are available in an easy to access, online video format.