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Chinese Medicinal Herb Farm, Petaluma
Contact: Peg Schafer, salviamilt@chinesemedicinalherbfarm.com
CMHF is an educational and experimental farm cultivating Chinese field and seed herbs crops.  Peg Schafer is a Senior Conservator, industry speaker, and author of The Chinese Medicinal Herb
Farm: A Cultivator's Guide to Small-Scale Organic Herb Production
published by Chelsea Green.


Inner Ecology Inc., Chicago
Contact: Amanda Kreiss, MA, Dipl.OM, inquiry@innerecology.com
This benefit corporation operates a national distribution service that custom-mixes formulas ordered by board-certified clinical herbologists, has organized and trained a growers network, Pioneers in Ecological Medicine, and supports growers throughout the Eastern Forest bioregion with skilled evaluation of herb samples.

New Mexico

Golden Flower Chinese Herbs, Albuquerque

Contact: John Scott, DOM, 800-729-8509, info@gfcherbs.com
Since 1990, Golden Flower has been manufacturing Chinese herbal formulas from the highest quality raw ingredients and is currently supporting the development of domestic, ecologically grown sources for these herbs.

New York

Eastern Forest Chinese Herbal Medicine Consortium, Philmont

Contact: Jean Giblette, EasternForest@highfallsgardens.net
The Consortium consists of Blue Ridge Center for Chinese Medicine, High Falls Foundation Inc. and Inner Ecology Inc., cooperating to provide technical assistance to growers of Chinese herbs in the Eastern Forest bioregion.

New York

High Falls Foundation Inc., Philmont
Contact: Jean Giblette, hfg@capital.net
This nonprofit organization is based at High Falls Gardens, a 20-year-old garden of Chinese herbs. The founder and president, Jean Giblette, is a Senior Conservator, teacher and lecturer.

North Carolina

Appalachian Botanical Alliance (ABA), Asheville
Contact: Mary Burke-Pitts, L.Ac., 508-864-9182, abaherbcoop@gmail.com
ABA grows high quality, domestically produced medicinal herbs.  ABA serves as an herb grower's cooperative committed to enhancing the livelihood of its members: by providing production, processing and marketing support for medicinal herbs.

North Carolina

Mountain Gardens, Burnsville
Contact: Joe Hollis, 828-675-5664, joehollisherbs@gmail.com
Mountain Gardens is a 40-year-old private botanical garden of Appalachian and Chinese medicinal plants, and Joe Hollis is a Senior Conservator who teaches workshops and interns.


Appalachian Medicinal Herb Growers Consortium, Pilot
Contact: David Grimsley, dgrimsley@brccm.org
The Blue Ridge Center for Chinese Medicine, a nonprofit organization, is a grower of Chinese medicinal herbs and is training and supporting multiple cohorts of local growers.


NorthWest Asian Medicinal Herb Network
Contact: Mercy Yule, EAMP, mercyyule@earthlink.net
The Network includes growers and practitioners; technical assistance provided to NWAMHN by the Northwest Agriculture Business Center (main office: Mount Vernon).