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Episode 163. Farming Medicinal Plants

In this episode, Devona Bell, NCAT’s Director of Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Communities, has a conversation with Maya and Ed Skopal.

Maya and Ed own I-TAL ACRES, a medicinal plant farm and apothecary in Floyd County, Virginia. The Skopals discuss their philosophy of medicinal plants, some of the plants they grow and the methods they use to grow them, how the medicinal plants are processed into products, and I-TAL ACRES’ business philosophy.

For more information on this topic, you can contact Devona Bell directly via email at devonab@ncat.org.

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Related ATTRA Resources:

I-TAL Acres video playlist

What are some options for marketing medicinal herbs?

Other Resources:

I-TAL Acres

Herbal Resources

Buhner Protocol

Making Plant Medicine

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