One Of The Most Beautiful US Medicinal Herb Farms

We're following herbs through the supply chain to create an informed and engaged sustainable herbs movement. Find out more at the Sustainable Herbs Project website!

Visiting Oregon’s Wild Harvest

“Sometimes I still pinch myself. We did it. How’d we get here, you know? It’s working.”

— Randy Buresh, Co-founder, Oregon’s Wild Harvest

It has been a very dreary, snowless winter in Vermont and so organizing photographs and logging footage from our journeys for the Sustainable Herbs Project has been a welcome respite.

I wanted to share some of these photos from our visit to Oregon’s Wild Harvest in Redmond, OR this past July. Over the next few weeks, I’ll continue to highlight some of the herb farms we visited on our travels around the US. There are many more farms out there, these are just the few we were able to visit. In the interests of time, I’m only sharing photographs for now. Stay tuned for more information and details on the new Sustainable Herbs Project site (to launch in late spring/summer 2016).

In the meantime, to join the conversation on herb growing in the US, attend the Medicinal Herb Growing and Marketing Conference this April in Port Townsend, WA!

Oregon's Wild Harvest

Rows of recently transplanted Holy Basil

 

We're following herbs through the supply chain to create an informed and engaged sustainable herbs movement. Find out more at the Sustainable Herbs Project website!

Harvesting Valerian root at Oregon’s Wild Harvest

Randy Bursesh at Oregon's Wild Harvest

Randy Buresh at Oregon’s Wild Harvest

 

Randy smelling dirt at Oregon's Wild Harvest

We're following herbs through the supply chain to create an informed and engaged sustainable herbs movement. Find out more at the Sustainable Herbs Project website!

The Echinacea in this field is used for seed production.

The view from the back of their farm.

The view from the back of their farm.

Oregon's Wild Harvest Redmond, OR farm

 

 

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