• Goldenseal
  • Black Cohosh
  • Laddy Slipper Orchid
  • Trillium
 

Tonnage Surveys of Select North American Wild-Harvested Plants, 2006–2010

Tonnage Surveys of Select North American  Wild-Harvested Plants, 2006–2010

This report presents the findings of surveys conducted by the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) to quantify an nual harvests of certain North American herbs in commerce. The specific focus of thes e surveys was on the h arvests in each of the five years from 2006 to 2010 of those plants that are used as ingredients in herbal products and that are subject to, for at leas t some part of their market demand, harvest from wild (uncultivated) populations.

AHPA Report

This report presents the findings of the fifth survey conducted by the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) to quantify annual harvests of certain North American herbs in commerce. The specific focus of the current survey was on harvests in 2004 and in 2005 of those plants that are used as ingredients in herbal products and that are subject to, for at least some part of their market demand, harvest from wild (uncultivated) populations.
 
  NEW: Click here to download the 2006 to 2010 survey.

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Take Action! Guide

Grassroots activism is the heart of United Plant Savers’ impact on communities of plants and people. Take Action! is full of great examples of projects that can benefit the plants and their habitat: Creating a Medicine Trail, Plant Rescues, Growing a Medicinal Herb Garden and Plant Monitoring Projects plus stories about many interesting projects funded by UpS Community Grants. The articles include wise and practical advice as well as inspiration.

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UpS Education Guide

The Education Guide is intended to provide both curriculum information on the “At Risk” plants and sustainable use of medicinal herbs generally as well as valuable advice on event planning from a garden club talk to a Planting the Future-type conference. In short, the Education Guide is a wonderful resource for anyone interested in giving a presentation on native medicinal plants. Many pages and sections of the Guide can be copied for use as handouts.
  • Paragraphs on each of the “at risk” plants including the reasons each is considered at risk, botanical and medicinal information.
  • Handout-formatted “at risk” and “to watch” lists.
  • Sustainable use of herbal medicine / wildcrafting guidelines.
  • Section on giving a presentation on native medicinal plant conservation.
  • Information on Partners in Education, the Botanical Sanctuary Network and other projects
  • Section of resources like books, journals, websites and other organizations.
Download and read this informative educational guide.

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Upcoming Events

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And just a short drive away
while you're in the region...

Humoural Temperaments
for Mongrel Herbalists -
with Jim McDonald
August 13 & 14
at Echo Valley Farm, Onatario, WI
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The 30th Anniversary Celebration Of The New England Women’s Herbal Conference

August 25 ~ 27, 2017
Camp Wicosuta located in Hebron, NH

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Medicinal Plant Conservation Certificate Program

Applications are now being accepted for 2017!

Spring 2017:
Mon. May 1 - Fri. June 9th
Fall 2017:
Tue. Sept. 5 - Fri. Oct. 13

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