Massachusetts herbalists Katja Swift and Ryn Midura return to discuss what they learned from their most recent free herb clinic outing in West Virginia.
Katja Swift and Ryn Midura join us again to talk about how to be a successful herbalist. They run an herbal apprenticeship in Brookline, MA and offer distance learning courses as well. To find out what they're up to, visit www.commonwelathherbs.com.
If you're not in the northeast and you're looking for an herbalism school, visit www.herbrally.com/schools.
If you're just gettin' goin' on your path, a great place to start would be to attend an event! There's tons of events happening all of the United States. To find one in your neck of the woods, go here: www.herbrally.com/events
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On this episode I narrate herbalist Nick Moya's moringa monograph.
I love his perspective because he gives such a balanced (non-hyped) approach to this wonderful and useful plant. If you loved this as much as I did I recommend his burdock monograph as well.
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Join Gabby Allen as she discusses why herbalism matters. She wrote a blog post for HerbRally with the same title. This episode of the podcast is her NARRATING THAT POST.
There will be more blog and plant monograph narrations to come!
To read more of Gabby's writing, I recommend her COTTONWOOD MONOGRAPH.
You can follow her on Instagram @gabbytheladyram.
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Join Katja Swift and Ryn Midura from the Commonwealth Center for Holistic Herbalism as they discuss the free clinic they started in Brookline, MA. They go over the finer details of creating a clinic, along with some of the pain points (i.e. burnout, funding, etc.). Thanks to Katja and Ryn for taking the time to share their expertise! You can visit them online to find out about more of what they're up to at CommonWealthHerbs.com. Be sure and check out their in-person apprenticeship program as well as all of the distance learning opportunities.