AHG is grateful for the many supporters who believe in and support our mission. Please take a moment to click on the links below to learn more about these supportive companies and organizations. AHG does not specifically endorse the products of the below companies.
Founded in New Zealand in 1978, ACHS launched in the United States in 1989 and became the first accredited completely online college offering holistic health education, with certificate, diploma, and undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
The American Herbal Products Association is the national trade association for and the voice of the herbal products industry. AHPA is comprised of more than 300 domestic and foreign companies doing business as growers, processors, manufacturers, and marketers of herbs and botanical and herbal products, including foods, dietary supplements, cosmetics, and non-prescription drugs. Founded in 1982, AHPA's mission is to promote the responsible commerce of herbal products.
A regionally accredited, globally respected institution of natural health arts and sciences, Bastyr University is improving the planet through innovative education, research and clinical service.
Gaia Herbs is a leading herbal brand in North America, with more than 200 patented Liquid Phyto-Caps™, liquid extracts, functional powders and herbal teas to help support and maintain optimal health. From seed to shelf, Gaia is deeply committed to the purity, integrity and potency of each product.
Herbalist and Alchemist’s mission is to develop, manufacture and distribute herbal supplements that are of the highest quality, manufactured from plant material that originates in harmony with the environment: organically grown, ethically wild-crafted or sustainably harvested.
The Library holds, acquires, preserves, and provides access to both historic and current books and journals, as well as archival materials, on a wide variety of disciplines: natural history, botany, pharmacy, medicine, scientific history, and visual arts. Lloyd's resources are in fact an eclectic blend of a host of related sciences. Despite the scientific focus, the collections have relevance to the humanities, such as visual arts and foreign languages through resources that feature botanical illustrations, original artworks, and travel literature. While the Lloyd Library is not a publicly funded institution, it is open to any and all persons interested in using the Lloyd's research collections, as well as to those interested in current Lloyd art and collections exhibits.
MCPHS University has a legacy built on the pursuit of excellence in healthcare education. We take pride in our history, but are motivated by a curiosity about the future. We commit to training professionals for the future of the exciting, ever-expanding healthcare industry and helping them achieve their career goals. Our students, alumni, and faculty have impacted countless disciplines across the healthcare world and beyond through their proactive efforts.
The Center for Drug Information and Natural Products at MCPHS University provides free, comprehensive, non-biased information to healthcare professionals by responding to inquiries concerning drugs and natural products.
BRINGING THE MAGAZINE TO LIFE!
The MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIRS are fun-filled, family-oriented sustainable lifestyle events that feature dozens of practical, hands-on demonstrations and workshops from the leading authorities on: Renewable Energy, Small-Scale Agriculture, Gardening, Green Building, Green Transportation and Natural Health.
In between sessions, attendees enjoy an array of entertainment options, organic local food and beverages, as well as outdoor gardening and livestock demonstrations. Plus, they save on great deals from dozens of regional and national vendors that feature sustainable lifestyle products and services, including: books, tools, seeds, crafts, organic foods, clothes, solar gadgets and more!
Since 1987, Mountain Rose Herbs has consistently delivered exceptional quality certified organic herbs and spices with a strict emphasis on sustainable agriculture.