Learn how to assess Chinese medicinal herb quality using your five senses with Andy Ellis of Spring Wind Herbs and Peg Schafer of the Chinese Medicinal Herb Farm. CEUS available. Information/registration: Liliuminitiative.org
Eco Farm Conference. Chinese Medicinal herbs: A Unique Opportunity for Farmers. Presentation with David Melly, LAc and President of Lilium Initiative: American Grown Asian Herbs. Meet the Experts consultations Jan. 24, sign up at https://eco-farm.org/conference
Chinese medicinal herbs are steadily becoming an emerging market — with few growers to satiate demand for these high-value botanicals. Compelling environmental reasons and the over-harvesting of wild herbs to the brink of extinction in Asia are only amplifying the call for more farmers to get involved in this market. We will discuss what makes this market different and what skills and processes are required to succeed that are unique from growing other crops.
East West Herbal Conference Presentation. Cultivation and Harvesting of Eastern and Western Herbs. A Sonoma County Herb Association benefit, Oct 24, 2020. Register http://www.sonomaherbs.org
Cultivating the Wild: Growing Chinese Herbs in the West • Peg Schafer • Qi079 • Apr 2, 2019
AromaCulture Magazine is a monthly, digital magazine that features educational articles, recipes and case studies from practicing herbalists, certified aromatherapists and holistic health professionals in our industry. Listen to the Podcast episode with Peg Schafer (Scroll down to 42) here. Read the interview here.