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Venus Flytrap

Trapped in the Goddess’s Mousetrap

This Valentine’s Day, we are mailing postcards out to all current members with a special code for a Free Valentine Membership to give to a friend. If you’re not already a current member, no worries! From now until March 30, 2021, when you BECOME A MEMBER you will also get a code to send a plant-loving friend to claim a free membership. Our choice to highlight Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) on our Valentine’s Day cards ...
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Call for Member Contributions to the Journal of Medicinal Plant Conservation

2021 Theme: Forests and Community From forest bathing to carbon sequestration, we know our future and that of medicinal plants depend on healthy forests. Science is just beginning to unravel how forest ecosystems communicate, demonstrating that forests are a functioning community of resource sharing that depends on a sophisticated interconnected network of mutual collaboration. In many ways, the vibrant community of plant savers is a reflection of this mycelium energy that empowers social and ecological ...
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Giving Tuesday Concert 2020

Concert for the Plants

Join Us in the Spirit of Gratitude for the PLANTS  A live-streamed event on Facebook with an inspiring and uplifting Giving Tuesday Concert as a way to give thanks to the plants and also to give back to our members. In case you missed it, here’s the replay… PROGRAM A Special Message from Rosemary Gladstar Founder of United Plant Savers and author of numerous books, Rosemary Gladstar, is launching United Plant Savers’ first-ever Concert for the Plants. Rosemary ...
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Ingrid With Plants

Making Plant Medicine Sustainable: From Wildcrafting to Organic Cultivation

Author: Ingrid Bauer. Ingrid With Plants Five Flavors Herbs was founded with a vision to improve the health of people, the planet, and our communities by trusting the wisdom of nature. When we first began making herbal extracts 20 years ago, our audience was small, and we grew or wildcrafted many of the plants we used. We traveled up and down the West Coast to the same stands of wild plants each year: St. John’s ...
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In the News: Ecological and Ethical Problems of ‘Smudging’

Paloma Cervantes, CC BY-SA 3.0 Sage advice: The ecological and ethical problems of ‘smudging’ Published on October 1, 2020 article by Taylar Dawn Stagner, provides important perspective on the wild sage harvest in California. Taylar Stagner is from the Wind River Indian Reservation and is currently getting her masters in American Culture Studies at Bowling Green State University. Stagner is Shoshone and Arapaho and loves to write fiction as well. High County News is a ...
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