Is Wild-Collection Sustainable?
Like everything, the answer isn’t so simple. But after following herbs through the supply chain for the past 3 years, I believe even more strongly that the best medicinal plants to use are those we grow and gather ourselves. Not rare, endangered plants, but the wild weeds that grow in abundance in the fields and meadows of our homes. It can be challenging to know where to begin – and Juliet Blankespoor and her team at the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine have created an incredible course to introduce you to the world of foraging, medicine making and more!
Juliet’s courses are worth checking out for their beauty alone – the design is lovely, and also for the depth and breadth of information provided. Enrollment for the course begins today and is open for a limited time only. All the details are available on the site!
The Sustainable Herbs Project is an affiliate for The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine. This means a percentage of purchases goes to supporting our work. As a thank you, we are offering a free home screening license (including DVD) of Numen for whomever purchases the course through our link. Thank you in advance!