Is the Herb Industry Sustainable?
The Supply Chain
Plants in Commerce
Pick a Plant – Now What?
Ashwagandha Sustainability and Traceability
Black Cohosh in Commerce
The Economics of Black Cohosh
Saw Palmetto in Commerce
Saw Palmetto Sustainability: Part II
The Toil of the Harvest: Saw Palmetto
Turmeric in Commerce
Forest Botanicals Week
Wildcrafting in Appalachia
Forest Botanicals Sustainability Pledge
Forest Botanicals Company Pledge
Sustainable Sourcing Letter
How to Stay Involved?
SHP Toolkit Webinar Series
Plants in Commerce Webinar Series
Ethnobotany Webinar Series
SHP Advisory Group
SHP in the News
SHP in the News
SHP in the News
Step Up with the Sustainable Herbs Program.
Lydia Noyes writes about the Sustainable Herbs Program for
Mother Earth Living.
‘Pick one thing and start’ to improve sustainability.
Podcast with Sandy Almendarez, Natural Products Insider, May 14, 2019.
Business of Herbalism: Bringing the Sustainability News to a Broader Audience.
Interview by American Herbalist Guild Journal editor Susan Marynowski, Journal of the American Herbalist Guild, Spring 2019.
Sustainable Herbs Project
– Ann’s conversation with pharmacist and natural health advocate Lana Camiel on
Wellness Insider Network (episode 59)
ABC bolsters traceability efforts with Sustainable Herbs Program Partnership
Nutri-ingredients writes about the SHP-ABC partnership, Nov. 2018.
Plant People: Ann Armbrecht of The Sustainable Herbs Project
Traditional Medicinals features Ann in their “Community” section of the TM website, 2017.
“To make visible what the economy has rendered invisible”: Following herbs through the supply chain with Ann Armbrecht
– An interview with then Editor Anne de Courtenay for the Journal of American Herbalist Guild, Autumn 2015.
Presentations – Upcoming
Presentations – Past
“From Consumers To Citizens: The Culture Of Sustainability”
– Teleseminar with Organization of Nature Evolutionaries.
The Ethics of Threatened Native Medicinal Plants in Commercial Trade
International Herb Symposium Conservation Panel, June 7-9, 2019, Wheaton, MA
Sustainable Herbs Program: Following Medicinal Plants from Seed to Shelf
at Supply Side East, April 12, 2019.
Ann Armbrecht co-facilitated the panel, “
FairWild: Today & Tomorrow
,” hosted by the FairWild Foundation,
BioFach Organic Trade Show.
, “Where do Herbs Come From and Why Does it Matter?” was presented as part of part of the American Herbalist Guild webinar series,
This webinar builds on the
AHG panel discussion
reported in the SHP blog post.
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