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Bioregional herbalism is a rewarding practice that promises both connection to place and a more sustainable relationship to medicine making. As interest in plant medicine grows, we must take a closer look at the impact of this practice. In this class we will discuss how might we continue to enjoy the deep connection that stems from working with the medicine around us while working towards more restorative models.
Janet Kent is a land-tied herbalist, educator and writer. She lives off-the-grid in her hand built home in an Appalachian hardwood cove forest high in the mountains of Western North Carolina. There she runs Medicine County Herbs, a medicinal and native plant nursery and apothecary and is a founder of the Terra Sylva School of Botanical Medicine. She writes on herbalism, deep ecology and reconnection medicine at radicalvitalism.wordpress.com.