AHG Award for Notable Work Supporting Diversity, Equity, and Justice in Herbalism
The AHG Award for Notable Work Supporting Diversity, Equity, and Justice in Herbalism is an annual award from the American Herbalists Guild to recognize outstanding accomplishments in herbal medicine that address health care needs, and strengthen herbal traditions, heritage, and wisdom within diverse communities. Above all, this award recognizes communities speaking with their own voices and on their own behalf.
About the 2018 Award Winner: Linda Black Elk (Catawba Nation) and the Mni Wiconi Clinic
The AHG Award in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion went to Linda Black Elk (Catawba Nation) and the Mni Wiconi Clinic. Linda is an ethnobotanist specializing in teaching about culturally important plants and their uses as food and medicine. Read more...
AHG Community Service Award
The AHG Community Service Award honors an individual or group that has contributed significantly to the herbal profession and made a lasting impact through community or environmental service related to herbal professions on a local or national level.
About the 2018 Award Winner: Karen Henderson, MPH, RH-AHG, LMT, BCST and Veterans Resiliency Holistic Clinic
Karen Henderson is the Veterans Resiliency Holistic Clinic Coordinator and a holistic health practitioner who integrates sound science, traditional wisdom and intuition in motivating others towards wellness. Read more...