About The Herb Society of America Blog

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Blogmaster Paris Wolfe checks out the crop at Luvin’ Lavender farm in Northeast Ohio.

Written by members and staff of The Herb Society of America this blog supports a mission:

To promote the essential experience of herbs from cultivation and use to learning and research, for members and the public throughout the United States

  • to protect botanical heritage,
  • to steward scientific diversity and
  • to promote personal enjoyment.

Contributors include Beth Schreibman-Gehring, Kathleen Gips, Kathleen Hale, Mary Nell Jackson, Maryann Readal, Peggy Riccio and more.

Comments and outside contributions are encouraged. To suggest a topic or post, email our award-winning Blogmaster Paris Wolfe at pariswolfe@yahoo.com.

 

 

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We welcome anyone who is interested in  herbs and herb-related products.

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The Herb Society of America is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.  Begun by handful of Boston women in the 1930s, the Society originally worked with researchers at Harvard University. Over time, this group expanded its influence with public gardens in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere.  Eventually the Society grew chapters nationwide.

By the 1980s, HSA had grown considerably and moved its headquarters to Kirtland, Ohio, adjacent to the renowned Holden Arboretum. Additional infrastructure gave HSA stability and organization. Most recently it has been invigorated with new leadership and a recommitment to mission.

This blog is one of many services to members and society.

One thought on “About The Herb Society of America Blog

  1. Hi I am from Nepal.I am very interested in local herbs.I have cured some cronic dieses by local herbs.Some herbs r in my garden too.I can cure some dieses by natural ways too.we have many herbs in our country.I like to visit most of the places with some people to findout the herbs n like to publc a herbal book.May I request to your Organisation or interested people.Thanks.

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