The spring/summer issue is live!
This issue is packed with info, welcomes, articles, and more!
New Chapter Coordinator Welcomes
Chapter Updates & News
Seed Grants 2019
HWB Website Update
Cacao, by Miriah Meiers
HWB Tijuana/Hierberxs Sin Fronteras Tijuana
HWB Northern Lights
Global Herb Events
Home Herbalist Magazine Insert - Plantain, by Elaine Johnson
This issue has a special insert - a sneak peek into Home Herbalist Magazine. The editor is a member of HWB, and our sneak peek is an article by HWB Member Elaine Johnson! Open the newsletter to read the special insert.
A big thank you to Sara Carlson of Home Herbalist Magazine for sharing a sneak peek into this lovely herbal magazine. And thank you to Elaine Johnson for letting us share your article.
About Miriah: Adventure seeker, snowboarder, mountain climber, river rat, yogi, surfer wannabe, outdoor enthusiast. Writer, artist, activist, green medicine cratswoman, wondering explorer.
I became a member and volunteer of Herbalists Without Borders in 2012 as the Healing Arts Project Coordinator, while living in Denver, Colorado. In 2014, I began constructing the quarterly newsletters and have served as the editor since and love it. The early newsletters were constructed while I lived remotely from Northern California; off-the-grid, on the move, and usually without internet access! I currently reside in Telluride, Colorado.
I’m striving to connect more with other Herbalists Without Borders globally on my travels and be an advocate writer on behalf of our non-profit, and freelance writer for other common causes. I truly support the humanitarian work of Herbalists Without Borders. I believe in humanity, and the moon and the stars. I’m passionate about protecting the Earth’s medicine and the rights to have access to it.
Keep up with the latest news, updates, and more. Learn about our projects and amazing work Chapters are doing.
tagged: activism and health-justice
by Joie Davidow
tagged: herbal-traditions and history
tagged: anti-colonialism, black-herbalists, and herbal-traditions
tagged: activism, anti-colonialism, black-herbalists, and herbal-traditions
by Grace Budrys
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