The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health brings together health care leaders and health professionals dedicated to dedicated to supporting oral health and whole body health. Its vision includes improving intigrated healthcare.
Foraging With the "Wildman" If you haven’t foraged with Steve, then it’s time to do so! Learn about edible and medicinal wild vegetables, herbs, greens, fruits, berries, nuts, seeds, and mushrooms with America's top go-to guy for foraging, naturalist and author "Wildman" Steve Brill. Looking for an an Ordinary Herbalist, check out Leslie (Leslita) Williams. Leslie's a registered practitioner and educator living outside Atlanta. A skilled clinician, she's also my Round Table teaching pal. Her work? She focuses on "the heritage, science and extra-ordinary magic of herb work".
Henriette's Herbal, or as she says, "Welcome to the bark side." HerbRally is a marvelous offering orchestrated by Mason Hutchison to keep pace with events, happenings and herbal education. A truly valuable resource to find out who's teaching what and where.
Herbal Roots Zine is the brainchild of Kristine Brown, RH(AHG) and an amazing resource for children, adults working with children ... and quite honestly adults working with adults! Herbal Roots Zine is a monthly PDF magazine which focuses on one herb and contains many activities ~ stories, crossword puzzles, mazes, crafts, recipes and much more ~ to make learning about herbs fun, through hands-on learning and repetition.
jim mcdonald is an amazingly knowledgeable herbalist, teacher, humorist, plant advocate and bioregionalist. His website is a treasure-trove. Michigan based, he teaches in White Lake and lots of other places too.
Julie Sperling is Canadian mosaic artist based in Kitchener, Ontario. Her work reflects the intersection of art, environment, science, and policy.
Red Sky Apiary is located in the southwest corner of Medina County, Ohio, where - on any day - you're likely to find herbalist jo feterle, her husband and (!) the best raw honey and herbally infused honey this side of the Pacific! If you've never had their lemongrass honey, or indeed their star anise honey ... well, then you just haven't lived (yet!).