medicinal plants Tag

Damian Valdez and Jamie Williamson run Lighthouse Herb’n Farm, an organic herb, tea, medicinal plant, and dye-plant operation in eastern San Diego. The farm is located on what is considered Luiseño Payómkawichum native land. In this episode of Voices from the Field, Jamie and Damian talk with NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Katherine Favor about their ethic of “leave no trace” — how they farm organically in San Diego’s harsh desert climate in a way that honors this sacred native land, and ensures that it is kept intact for generations to come.
NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Katherine Favor and Damian Valdez and Jamie...

Maya and Ed Skopal, the owners of I-TAL ACRES, a medicinal plant farm and apothecary in Floyd County, Virginia, discuss the uses for their lemon balm crop. They're talking with Devona Bell, director of sustainable agriculture and rural communities of the National Center for Appropriate Technology. Please complete a brief survey to let us know what you think of the video. The link to the survey should appear in the video as well as in the link below. Survey!...

Maya and Ed Skopal, the owners of I-TAL Acres, a medicinal plant farm and apothecary in Floyd County, Virginia, discuss the wood betony they grow on their land and some of its uses. They're talking with Devona Bell, director of sustainable agriculture and rural communities of the National Center for Appropriate Technology. Please complete a brief survey to let us know what you think of the video. The link to the survey should appear in the video as well as in the link below. Survey!...

Maya and Ed Skopal, the owners of I-TAL Acres, a medicinal plant farm and apothecary in Floyd County, Virginia, discuss the uses and growing strategies for echinacea. They're talking with Devona Bell, director of sustainable agriculture and rural communities of the National Center for Appropriate Technology. Please complete a brief survey to let us know what you think of the video. The link to the survey should appear in the video as well as in the link below. Survey!...

Maya and Ed Skopal, the owners of I-TAL ACRES, a medicinal plant farm and apothecary in Floyd County, Virginia, discuss the comfrey, wormwood, and other plants growing in a former burn area. They're talking with Devona Bell, director of sustainable agriculture and rural communities of the National Center for Appropriate Technology. Please complete a brief survey to let us know what you think of the video. The link to the survey should appear in the video as well as in the link below. Survey!...