Image: Black cohosh. Photo by Katie Commender.
Wondering how to stay involved? If you haven’t already, fill out the surveys to provide input into the ABFFC Point of Harvest Survey and the American Forest Farming Council. This is an opportunity to get involved in the early stages of developing these new programs.
Forest Botanicals Week has been provided free of charge by the Appalachian Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Herbs Program. Please consider making a contribution to support the work of these organizations.
Learn more about the ABFFC partners, sign up for the newsletters to find out about training opportunities, new initiatives, and other ways to stay involved. Below are some highlights from each organization.
Not only is this an opportunity to learn more about forest farming, but one can also obtain Continuing Forestry Education (CFE) credits. The course can be found at: https://campus.extension.org/enrol/index.php?id=1572.