Links Directory

American Herbalists Guild: An organization dedicated to the training of quality herbalists and improving the state of herbal medicine in the United States.

Ancient Pathways: One of the top schools in North America for learning the essentials of wilderness survival or long term wilderness living.

The Arboretum at Flagstaff: The highest elevation arboretum in North America, this is a delight to visit to see many of the native plants of the Colorado Plateau.

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Boyce Thompson Arboretum: One could spend days wandering their gardens, reveling in their beauty. Especially good in the spring when the wildflowers are in bloom.

Desert Botanical Garden: Located in Phoenix, this is the place to go to learn about the Sonoran Desert plants.

Flagstaff Central: A city guide for Flagstaff, Arizona with lots of great information about the Northern Arizona environment, businesses, and organizations.

Flagstaff Native Plants & Seed: The place to go in Flagstaff for native medicinal plants. Very helpful staff.

Herbal Articles: Michigan herbalist, Jim McDonald has put together a very helpful index of articles on all things herbal. These have been written by some of the most experienced teachers and practitioners in North American herbalism. These writings provide a good source for self-study and also for exploring specific topics in more depth.

Herb Blogs: Rosalee at Methow Valley Herbs has compiled a very helpful list of the many top quality herb blogs currently available. These blogs contain many, many gems of useful information for herb students and practitioners alike.

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The Way of Things: Carlos Gallinger has spent a lifetime exploring and studying the Mojave Desert. His specialties are the desert bighorn sheep and wildlife tracking in addition to botany, biology and archeology. Both he and his website are excellent resources for those wishing to understand the secrets and treasures of the desert world.

Willow Bend Environmental Education Center: Many outstanding programs for children of all ages. Helping us re-connect with not just plants, but all of nature.

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