Results for Category: Herbalists We Love

Teacher Feature: Ayo Ngozi | Herbal Academy | This month we have an interview with one of our Academy Educators, herbalist Ayo Ngozi. She shares with us her love of herbs and the herbal path that brought her to where she is today.
  ON January 23,2017

Teacher Feature: Ayo Ngozi

The teacher community here at the Herbal Academy thrives alongside our student community, and today we are delighted to share another interview from one of our Academy Educators, herbalist Ayo Ngozi. Ayo is part of the behind the scenes team that developed, coordinated, and edited the Advanced Herbal Course, while also contributing lessons of her…

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Teacher Feature: Anne McIntyre | Herbal Academy | This month's teacher feature is an interview with herbalist Anne McIntyre where she shares her love for herbs, teaching, and her future plans with us.
  ON October 21,2016

Teacher Feature: Anne McIntyre

Some of the most brilliant minds in modern herbalism have come together to bring you the wonderful courses, blog articles, and myriad resources at the Herbal Academy and in The Herbarium. Having so many perspectives and so much knowledge shared among our Associate Educators is one of our greatest strengths! Today, we would love to…

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Teacher Feature: Marlene Adelmann | Herbal Academy | Come meet herbalist and Herbal Academy founder, Marlene Adelmann, and learn about her herbal journey and where it has taken her and the Herbal Academy!
  ON September 09,2016

Teacher Feature: Marlene Adelmann

Today, we would love to introduce you to someone we hold very dear here at the Herbal Academy: our Founder and Director, Marlene Adelmann! Little did Marlene know that the first local herb classes she taught in the Boston area would one day grow up to be a global online herb school. We’re so glad…

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  ON September 17,2014

St. Hildegard of Bingen

St. Hildegard of Bingen, whose feast day we celebrate with vigor every September 17, was not only a brilliant composer, artist, and visionary, she was also an herbalist. Her belief in the “greening of man,” or viriditas as she called it, led her to trust that God had given mankind herbs, spices, and foods to…

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