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  ON November 26,2021

Herbal Academy Student Interview: Shiang-ling Bissonnette (@halfbakedbarelymeasured)

For this Student Feature, we sat down with Herbal Academy graduate, Shiang-ling Bissonnette of Half Baked Barely Measured. We enjoyed hearing more about her path into herbalism and how she manages herbalism in a self-converted school bus. You can also follow her journey on TikTok and Instagram as @halfbakedbarelymeasured. Shiang-ling has taken Herbal Academy’s Natural…

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  ON October 11,2021

Meet Indigenous Ethnobotanist Enrique Salmón

The following book excerpt is taken from the book, Iwigara: American Indian Ethnobotanical Traditions & Science, by Enrique Salmón, and is shared with permission. SAGEBRUSH Artemisia spp. Family: Asteraceae Parts Used: whole plant Season: year-round Region: western North America Some plants are both synonymous with American Indian herbology and icons of a particular geographic region….

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  ON October 06,2021

10 Years Strong! Herbal Academy’s Secrets to Success

We’re celebrating our 10-year anniversary this month at the Herbal Academy! Like any new business, it’s been a decade of incredibly exciting highs (like the recent launch of our brand new Business Herbal Course!), intermingled with the non-avoidable, frustrating lows (like the time our new student enrollment spike broke our website during our free course…

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  ON August 26,2021

Herbal‌ ‌Academy‌ ‌Student‌ ‌Feature:‌ ‌Jess‌ Madsen ‌@the.wildcraft‌

For the fourteenth installment of our Student Feature Series, we spoke with Jess Madsen (@the.wildcraft). Jess has completed Herbal Academy’s Introductory Course. She enjoys making her own herbal creations and works with herbalists and herbal companies as a designer and photographer. HA: Please tell us a little bit about yourself and how you started your…

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  ON July 30,2021

Herbal Academy Student Feature: Nana Meriwether (@drinkcale)

For the thirteenth installment of our Student Feature Series, we spoke with Nana Meriwether (@drinkcale). Nana has completed Herbal Academy’s The Craft of Herbal Fermentation, Intermediate Herbal Course, and Making Herbal Preparations 101. In 2019, she launched a company called Cale, which produces herbal wine alternatives that are lower in calories, sugar, sulfites, and alcohol…

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