Our Herbal Community
Massachusetts Herbal Community
Herbalism is alive and well in Massachusetts.
Here on the North Shore of Boston, in addition to Palmer Pond Botanicals, we are lucky to have Margi Flint, a well-established Clinical Herbalist, just the next town over in Marblehead, MA at Earthsong Herbals
in Boxford, MA offers unique opportunities to learn about sustainable living from their working farm.
Teri Kalgren has run her apothecary Artemisia Botanicals
in Salem, MA for over 20 years and has a wide retail assortment as
well as the classes she offers.
Farmer Mike is growing medicinal herbs in Hamilton, MA for a North Shore CSA
The community in the western part of the state, known for its agriculture, continues to grow (literally), and we also have a vibrant community of herbalists right here in Boston.
Herbstalk is a creative community of herb folk who gather for three events each year in June, September, and November,
You can also find CommonWealth Center for Holistic Herbalism
in Boston with Katja and Ryn who run both a school and clinic and who also produce an enjoyable weekly
Marthas Vineyard is home to the herb school of
, who is also the author of several books including:
Women Healers of the World
Some projects I am currently working on include (but are not limited to):
Tillies Farm Herb Garden Project
Newhall Fields Community Farm
Swampscott Conservancy - 2019 Native Plant Sale
A Natives Nursery Project
Swampscott Library Gardens
Seaside Cooperative Garden- 2019, Swampscott, MA.
Please contact me
with questions or interest you may have regarding any of the above projects.
Let me know what you are up to.
I'm always curious to find out about new networking or
cooperative possibilities. I would love to hear about your projects, proposals and resources to help bring beautiful, vibrant herbal offerings to our local community,
affordably and sustainably.