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Apply for Membership in the BSN Network

BSN MemberApply to join the BSN network of over 90 Botanical Sanctuaries across the country.

The mission of United Plant Savers is to preserve, conserve and restore native medicinal plants and their habitats of the USA and Canada, while ensuring their abundant, renewable supply for future generations. To this end, United Plant Savers established one of our most important projects: the Botanical Sanctuary Network. As we became more deeply involved in the complexities of medicinal plant conservation, we realized that one must first preserve and protect the habitat in which our native plant communities thrive. What better way than to create a network of sanctuaries dedicated to restoring and preserving habitat for wildlife, both plants and animals.

Below is a link to download the application as a pdf.file. You can then use it as a template to base your application on.

Botanical Sanctuary Members

Botanical Sanctuary Members Canada Arkansas Iowa Washington Oregon California Montana Canada Colorado Minnesota Wisconsin Kansas Texas Michigan Indiana Illinois Tennessee Georgia South Carolina North Carolina Ohio West Virginia Virginia Maryland Pennsylvania New York Vermont Maine Massachusetts Rhode Island New Hampshire Florida   Website links below open new browser windows. Click [X] to close and return to this page.  

ARKANSAS

    • Bluebird Botanical Plant Sanctuary - 2878 CR 102, Eureka Springs, AR 72632

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Creating Sanctuary

By Christopher Hobbs L.Ac., RH (AHG) and Rosemary GladstarThe world is changing at an accelerating rate. The Internet, jet travel, and satellite links have helped facilitate this change with increasing fervor. Growing up in southern California in the

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Adirondack Botanical Sanctuary

Chateaugay, NY Sanctuary Steward: Jane Desotelle Determined to continue to live and work in the woods, I turned a hobby of collecting wild herb teas into a business in 1979. Without ever using the word sanctuary that is how I have

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ATAGA’HI - LAKE OF THE WOUNDED

Union, Illinois Sanctuary Steward: Cindy Bloom The Cherokee people say there is a place in the Smokey Mountains where the animals go to be healed. The Creator warned the people not to follow the wounded animals to this magical lake or

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Avena Botanicals Medicinal Herb Garden

Rockport, ME Garden Stewards: Deb Soule, Denise DeSpirito, Kate Miller, Anna Goff Avena Botanicals three-acre medicinal herb garden is situated on 32 acres of field and forest that borders 6000 acres of undeveloped woods and wetlands. We are on a south-facing

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Bastyr University Botanical Sanctuary Garden

Kenmore, WA Sanctuary Steward: Jenny Perez As the long days and short nights of summer approach equidistance, I reflect on another season in the Bastyr Garden. Over the five years that I have been involved with the garden, the focus of

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Bee Fields Farm, Wilton, NH

Bee Fields Farm, Wilton, NH Sanctuary Stewards: Loir and Elad Sadeh and Family Bee Fields Farm is a home for plants and animals in Southern NH. The farm sits on the north western slope of Abbot Hill and consists of 13

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Buck Mountain Ranch

Miles City, MT Sanctuary Stewards: Terrence Fox & Family Our family owns, or has under contract and operates about 20,000 acres of plains, hills and mountainous semi-arid land in southeast Montana between the Yellowstone and Powder Rivers. We call this land

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Cedar Ridge Sanctuary

Trent, TX Sanctuary Stewards: Cyndi Hughs and Mike Morrison Our place is called Cedar Ridge and it is 14 acres. We have about 4-5 acres in a vegetable garden, 90 foot medicine wheel with plantings and various other gardens. In these

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Cedar Spring Herb Farm

Harwich, MA Sanctuary Steward: Donna Wood Eaton This 7 acre farm, bounded by town-owned “Greenspace” and privately owned undeveloped woodlands is the home of Cedar Spring Herb Farm. Comprised of 4 acres of wooded uplands with 1 ½ acres vernal

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Cherokee Medicine Woods

Bloomington Springs, TN Sanctuary Steward: Lisa Bedner, RN, AHG My heart is full that these 23 acres have been added to the UpS Botanical Sanctuary Network. Many Native American Nations once shared this area of Middle Tennessee near Cookeville as a

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Creekside Herbs Art

Cedarville, MI Sanctuary Steward: Wendy Wagoner Creekside Herbs & Art is a family owned/run business, which is located off the beaten path, set back amongst ancient white pines and a meandering creek, in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Creekside is

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Desert Canyon Farm

Canon City, CO Sanctuary Stewards: Chris and Tammi Hartung Desert Canyon Farm is owned by Chris and Tammi Hartung. It is a USDA certified organic wholesale farm in southern Colorado. The farm specializes in growing potted herbs (more than 350 different

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Dragonfly Medicinals

Vashon Island, WA Sanctuary Steward: Michael Laurie Dragonfly Medicinals is located on 3.5 acres on Vashon Island in Washington State, a short ferry ride away from Seattle. I have lived on Vashon Island for 6 years and in Washington State for

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