For the research, education, and conservation of native medicinal plants, fungi, and their habitats.
Please join us in this worthwhile and important mission.
Interested in growing your own mushrooms but don’t know where to start? Register now to join us at the United Plant Savers Botanical Sanctuary on Saturday, February 25th from 9am to 12pm to help us kick off our 2023 Forest Farming Workshop Series!
The Ohio Herbal Elders project was originally conceived by Central Ohio herbalist Lily Kunning as a way to capture the voices, lineages, and experiences of Ohio’s oldest generation of plant medicine practitioners.
We continue to highlight the work of our members in the Journal of Medicinal Plant Conservation. Specifications: Submission Form
Building a Global Herbal Community
“We all live in a single herbal village.” – Jim Duke
Individual sanctuaries and stewards dedicated to restoring and preserving habitat for both plants and animals.
Herbal educators with a common goal of ‘Planting the Future’ by sharing knowledge to ensure a renewable supply of medicinal plants for future generations.
Herbal companies supporting our work and providing a sustainable supply of native medicinal plants.
Botanical gardens and sites from around the world dedicated to conservation.
Gatherings in-person and online for sharing and learning from one another in honor of the plants.