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.
- 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.
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