SUPPORT THE BRICK HOUSE

SUPPORT THE BRICK HOUSE

Give by December 31 to help us expand our fellowship and conservation programs, and your donation will go twice as far!

Each week, all donors will be entered to win a plant-centric goodie. Prizes will be announced via email and social media so make sure you’re subscribed to our emails and following us on Facebook or Instagram.

Donations of $100 or more will be eligible to receive a print of Sages Invocation, a gorgeous image by Julia O. Bianco, 2021 Deep Ecology Artist fellow. Donations of $1,000 or more will also get a lifetime UpS membership and their name listed on a plaque as a supporting donor at the Center and on our website.

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, all gifts may be tax-deductible. 

Sages Invocation by Julia O. Bianco

One of the ways plant lovers become plant advocates is when they experience at-risk medicinals first-hand. That’s why we built the Center for Medicinal Plant Conservation in 2019. And that’s why we host Deep Artist Ecology Fellowships, Duke Library Fellowships, and Medicinal Plant Conservation Certificate programs there.

But we’re limited in our reach because we have nowhere for visitors to stay. The nearest hotel is 45 minutes away. To grow these critical programs, we need your help!

Support the expansion of these programs with a donation today.

Your gift will help us renovate the Brick House Apothecary, which we just purchased. Located in Pomeroy, Ohio, 10 minutes down the road from our Center, this 9000-square-foot historic building includes five bedrooms and a commercial kitchen. It’ll give future visitors a convenient and economical place to stay and commune with one another. Having the Brick House means we can welcome more participants to our fellowship and conservation programs. And the new building will also provide much-needed space to house our ever-expanding library of medicinal plant books.

We’ve already received a significant gift to cover the initial purchase of the Brick House. But we need to raise another $100,000 to make necessary improvements before we can reopen and begin hosting fellows and other visitors there.

Please share this link and help us spread the news of this exciting project!