Blythe Barbo just sent this to me and it will probably be helpful to many of you.
It occurred to me that the 20 tracks could also be grouped under 5 larger categories:
- Farmers/Growers (Farming at All Scales, Medium-to-Large-Scale Herb Farming, Small-Scale Herb Farming, Cottage Industry Herb Growers, Medicinal Plants in Polycultures & Permacultures, Specific Crops)
- Cultural/Regional Herbs (East Asian Medicinal Plants, Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants, Native American Perspectives, Wildcrafting)
- Products & Uses (Herbs for Essential Oil Distillation, Herbs Used in Beverages, Herbs Used in Body Care Products, the Uses of Herbs)
- Community Outreach (Radical Herbology, Herb Gardens in Public Spaces)
- Herb Business (Marketing, Cooperatives, Community Supported Herbalism/Herbal CSAs, Regulations, Legalities, GAP, GACP, GMP, Re-coding)
Just a thought. Was thinking if all the tracks & what to do & see seemed a bit overwhelming, it might be a way of organizing the info.