Concert for the Plants Replay

In the Spirit of Gratitude for the PLANTS, UpS live-streamed this inspiring and uplifting concert on Facebook for Giving Tuesday 2020 as a way to give thanks to the plants and to give back to our members. The event featured a special message from Rosemary Gladstar with music performances by: Rising Appalachia Matthew Human Høly …

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Goldenseal Summit 2020

A Round Table Discussion on the Future of Goldenseal Sponsored by The North Carolina Ginseng Association, Living Web Farms, and United Plant Savers – The North Carolina Ginseng Association, United Plant Savers, and Living Web Farms put together an online event to capture the opinions and recommendations of a broad cross-section of experts and producers …

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United Plant Savers @ 2017 International Herb Symposium

Botanical Sanctuary Network members discuss the current status of medicinal plants and ways we can give back to the plants. Featuring ethnobotanist & UPS Botanical Sanctuary steward Linda Black Elk, UPS Executive Director Susan Leopold, UPS Founder Rosemary Gladstar, and UPS Board Member Emily Ruff. United Plant Savers’ mission is to protect native medicinal plants …

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Holistic Nature of Us: Saving Plants, Preserving Species

Do plants need saving? Yes. Why? Susan Leopold, executive director of United Plant Savers, unitedplantsavers.org. shares reasons why we are in danger of losing many plant species, through loss of habitat, overharvesting, non-sustainable farming practices. “United Plant Savers’ mission is to protect native medicinal plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat …

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The Future of Ginseng and Forest Botanicals Symposium

Highlights from the 2017 “Future of Ginseng and Forest Botanicals Symposium” featuring short interviews with a variety of perspectives from harvesters, growers, herbalists, industry, and ecologists…… We have a rich botanical legacy and how we choose to steward our forests now will have a tremendous impact as we look to the future..