Our Sponsors

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Propolis Brewery

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation:

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Address: 2457 Jefferson Street
Port Townsend, WA 98368

Seasonal Herbal Ales Hand-Crafted in Port Townsend, WA

Finn River Cidery & Farm

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Address: 142 Barn Swallow Road
Chimacum, WA 98325

For the love of land, the art of farming & the spirit of community

Fine Hard Ciders & Fruit Wines • Farmcrafted & Fermented on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington

Sound Spirits

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Address: 1630 15th AVE W
Seattle, WA 98119

Sound Spirits, is Seattle's first craft distillery since Prohibition. We make our artisan spirits one slow batch at a time, with authentic methods using only the best ingredients.

The Old Ballard Liquor Company

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Address: 4421 Shilshole Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107

The Old Ballard Liquor Co. is an artisan nano-distillery in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. Paying homage to the area's history as a Scandinavian fishing and blue collar neighborhood, our focus is on forgotten and neglected traditional old-fashioned liquors and liqueurs like Aquavit. We produce high quality products that are approachable and pragmatic. Our products rotate and change with the seasons, and there's always something new to try in our tasting room.

Wild Wines

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Contact Person: Carla David
Address: 4550 Little Applegate Road
Jacksonville, Oregon 97530

Carla began trying recipes she found for dandelion and elderberry wines, eventually getting so excited that she was making a different wine every month with whatever was in season.

After several years of practice and experimentation, in 2007 Carla officially opened Wild Wines. Slowly starting out by selling her wines at farmer’s markets and the Ashland Co-Op, her wines are now sold in 24 stores and restaurants throughout the state of Oregon.


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Contact Person: Jazper E. TorresBem
Bend, Oregon

We produce our small batch spirits using handcrafted copper alembic stills from Portugal, and only the finest botanicals available, including many grown in the Northwest Rocky Mountains of Montana, the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, and the fertile river valleys of the Pacific Northwest.





The alpine terroir of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, and the Rocky Mountains of Montana allows us to grow many of the quality herbs required for our spirits, including Artemisia absenthium, Artemisia pontica, Artemisia genepi, Angelica archangelica, and Tanacetum balsamita.

Vilya Spirits provides small-batch artisanal beverages using ingredients grown and wild crafted from the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Montana, the Cascade Mountains in Oregon, and the fertile river valleys of the Pacific Northwest. The alpine herbs are grown and harvested to capture the traditional essence of a century ago.

Mountain Rose Herbs

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Champion Sponsor $2,000

Contact Person: Mason Hutchison
Address: PO Box 50220

Supplying herbalists, clinicians, crafters, and foodies with exquisite quality bulk organic herbs, spices, teas, oils, and natural ingredients since 1987. Mountain Rose Herbs is known for an uncompromising commitment to organic agriculture and environmental sustainability with a steadfast focus on the pure aesthetics and freshness of botanical products. OTCO Certified Organic, IMO Fair For Life, Earth Kosher Certified, and Zero Waste.

Herbal Vitality, Inc

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Supporting Sponsor $1000

Contact Person: Yvan Rochon PhD
Address: 2810 Hopi Drive
Sedona, AZ 86336

Herbal Vitality Inc is a manufacturer of liquid botanical supplements serving practitioners nationwide. We blend Art, Science, and Spirit to bring un-matched customer service and consistent effective products.

Oregon's Wild Harvest Herbal Supplements

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Supporting Sponsor $1000

Contact Person: Randal Buresh
Address: 1601 NE Hemlock Ave.
Redmond, OR 97756

Throughout history one simple, holistic and all natural way of addressing our health and wellness has remained constant: Whole herbs. Which is why Oregon's Wild Harvest is committed to ensuring that their whole herbal supplements are of the highest quality, potency and purity. Every single one of the more than 200 pure, safe and effective certified organic and biodynamic herbal products they make come from whole herbs, scientifically tested on many different levels. Oregon's Wild Harvest believes in nurturing good, healthy soil and clean water and saving and replanting their Non-GMO seeds. It's a lot of work, but ensures potent and healthy herbal supplements produced with a healthy respect for Mother Nature.

Foster Farm Botanicals

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Supporting Sponsor $1000

Contact Person: Benjamin Uris
Address: 823 Foster Hill Rd
East Calais, VT 05650

We grow certified organic botanicals on our 8th generation family farm in East Calais, Vermont. We currently specialize in larger volume wholesale dried herb orders. Get in touch to see what we're growing!

Pharmacopia Herbals and American Herbal Dispensary

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Grassroots Sponsor $500

Contact Person: Nome McBride
Address: PO Box 1791
Eugene, OR 97440

Nome McBride is a naturalist and herbalist, dedicated to preserving ancient wisdom through incorporating it into contemporary culture.Nome owns and runs American Herbal Dispensary, Inc. and its brand Pharmacopia Herbals. The product line focuses on a bioregional apothecary to educate about wildcrafting as land restoration. He cofounded the Northwest Sustainable Wildcrafter’s Guild to guide sustainable and ethical wildcrafting in the Pacific Northwest. He also is a cofounder and a faculty member at the Institute of Contemporary Ethnobotany (ICE), a teaching institution dedicated to connecting People, Plants, and Place.

Nome teaches about ethical wildharvesting, plant medicines and curing with nature at herbal conferences, gatherings and universities across the region. His current research interest is the ancient traditions of healers from around the globe, with a focus on traditional ways of the tribes of North and South America. He lives in the Columbia Gorge with his beautiful son, Tulasi, where they explore the mountains and learn to see all of life as a gift of medicine.

Living Earth Herbs

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Grassroots Sponsor $500

Contact Person: Michele Sanger
Address: 1530 Cornwall Ave
Bellingham, WA 98225

Living Earth Herbs is an herbal apothecary, supplying bulk organic herbs, teas, tinctures, essential oils, carrier oils & butters. We fill Naturopathic prescriptions, as well as do custom formulas for individual customers.

Bastyr University

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Grassroots Sponsor $500

Contact Person:
Seattle, WA

A regionally accredited, globally respected institution of natural health arts and sciences, Bastyr University is improving the planet through innovative education, research and clinical service.

Heron Botanicals

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Grassroots Sponsor $500

Contact Person: Megan Sirr
Address: 26013 United Rd NE #110
Kingston, WA 98346

Founded in 1982, Heron Botanicals produces artisan-quality herbal extracts for practitioners across North America. Located in the Pacific Northwest, we use local species and fresh plant material whenever possible. We produce over 300 products utilizing Western, Chinese, and Ayurvedic herbs, as well as obscure herbs, an array of glycerites, and topicals. We are committed to staying on the cutting-edge while honoring tradition and maintaining our dedication to quality and sustainability.

Pacific Botanicals

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Grassroots Sponsor $500

Contact Person:
Address: 4840 Fish Hatchery Road
Grants Pass, OR 97527

Pacific Botanicals has been growing high quality organic medicinal herbs in the Applegate Valley since 1979. From the seed that they use (most of their seeds are collected from their own plants), to the starts in the green houses, to their pristine growing environment, to the organic nutrients added to the soil, to the perfect time for harvest and conditions for shipment, you can count on high quality and maximum potency from Pacific Botanicals. In addition to their own farm, Pacific Botanicals has built good working relationships with many other organic growers in the U.S. and around the world and have been sourcing herbs from them for many years. They only do business with growers that meet their high standards of quality. Pacific Botanicals are certified organic in growing and processing by USDA and Oregon Tilth.

Moon Valley Organics

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Grassroots Sponsor $500

Contact Person: Kim Otto
Address: 3288 Valley Hwy
Deming, WA 98244


Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Grassroots Sponsor $500

Contact Person: Debbie Winters
Shelton, WA 98584

LearningHerbs makes herbs simple. Every free course, lesson, book and product come from our core belief that learning about herbs is as easy as following a recipe. Our Passion is creating a supportive community that facilitates families and their children to feel empowered to learn about the plants that grow all around.

Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Grassroots Sponsor $500

Contact Person: Kathryn Blau
Address: 73 Sanford Way
Weaverville, NC 28787

The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine is located in the botanically rich Appalachian Mountains, just outside of Asheville, NC. Our passion for healing plants, herbal education, and medicinal gardening is at the heart of all our teachings. We offer in-person workshops and several online opportunities to learn, including the Herbal Medicine Making Course and the Herbal Immersion Program.

Eagletree Herbs

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Grassroots Sponsor $500

Contact Person: Daphne Singingtree

Eagletree Herbs is a small family business, growing many of the herbs ourselves. We make medicinal and culinary herbal products as well as organic body care, all traditionally handmade in small batches. We teach classes, and offer internships and apprenticeships. Visit our website.

Alonquine Botanicals

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Grassroots Sponsor $500

Contact Person: Ron Dunham
Santa Margarita, California

Purveyors of fine quality, ethically wild harvested and organically grown medicinal herbs

Handcrafted tinctures, salves, oils and teas

Sugarpill Apothecary

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: MicroBiome Sponsor $250

Contact Person:
Address: 900 E. Pine St.
Seattle, WA 98122

Bloom Apothecary - Holistic Clinic & Medicinal Herbs

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: MicroBiome Sponsor $250

Contact Person:
Address: NE Corner of 1019 Q ave
Anacortes, WA 98221

Bloom Apothecary is a community herbal clinic and a source for medicinal herbs, expert recommendations, and herbal education. Approximately 60% of the herbs used in Bloom Apothecary are either wildcrafted or grown in regional small-scale gardens by friends, commercial wild crafter, or the practitioner.

Bear Root Apothecary and Wellness Center

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: MicroBiome Sponsor $250

Contact Person: Dawn Reardon
Address: 1002 Lawrence St
Port Townsend, WA 98368

Bear Root Apothecary and Wellness Center is a natural products apothecary and naturopathic clinic in uptown Port Townsend. We focus on high quality professional supplements, herbs including a bulk tincture dispensary, homeopathy, essential oils, flower essences, and skin care. Our wellness center includes Dawn Reardon, ND, plus 3 massage therapists, sound healing, midwifery, and biophoton therapy.

Dandelion Botanical Co.

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: MicroBiome Sponsor $250

Contact Person: M. Kachi Cassinelli
Address: 5424 Ballard Ave. N.W. suite 103
Seattle, WA. 98107

Dandelion Botanical Co. has been connecting Seattle with herbs, food, medicine, and the natural world since 1996. Our atmosphere is one of a timeless apothecary in which the knowledge of Herbal healing is accessible for everyone. We provide a host of classes on all aspects of herbal medicine. Throughout our 20yrs we have been dedicated to supplying organic, sustainably grown and wildcrafted herbs to holistic practitioners and Herbalists in the Northwest and beyond.

Flying Bird Botanicals

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: MicroBiome Sponsor $250

Contact Person:
Address: 909 Squalicum Way Unit 103
Bellingham, WA 98225

Beautiful, delicious, nourishing teas and drinking chocolates handcrafted in Bellingham, WA using herbs lovingly grown on organic farms here in the USA and on organic farms around the world.

Herbalist & Alchemist

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: MicroBiome Sponsor $250

Contact Person: Karen Tuorto
Address: 51 South Wandling Ave
Washington, NJ 07882

For over 30 years, Herbalist and Alchemist has manufactured Practitioner-quality herbal extracts and exclusive formulas developed by David Winston RH, (AHG), internationally known lecturer, author and ethnobotanist. Herbalist & Alchemist is committed to producing the highest quality products available from plants that are organically grown, ethically wild-crafted or sustainably harvested.


Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: MicroBiome Sponsor $250

Contact Person:
Port Townsend, WA

Wallyworks is a small locally-serving building company. They build primarily within a three-mile radius to foster local community and conserve resources, projects that are beautiful and help meet the community’s need for shelter that is energy-efficient, sensible and comfortable.

Oregon College of Oriental medicine (OCOM)

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: MicroBiome Sponsor $250

Contact Person: Beth Howlett
Address: 75 NW Couch Street

The mission of Oregon College of Oriental Medicine is to transform health care by educating highly skilled and compassionate practitioners, providing exemplary patient care, and engaging in innovative research within a community of service and healing. Centrally located in Portland's historic Old Town Chinatown neighborhood, we are a single-purpose professional graduate school that offers two specialized degree programs: a master's (MAcOM) and a clinical doctorate (DAOM). Our academic programs provide students with a solid foundation in acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, therapeutic massage, and qi cultivation, as well as a focus on collaboration between Chinese medicine and Western biomedicine. OCOM’s teaching clinics provide affordable care for general wellness and hands-on experience for students, as well as advanced specialty care for patients facing health challenges.

Choice Organic Teas

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: 400 individual packets of wellness teas

Contact Person: Amanda Musser
Address: 600 S Brandon Street
Seattle, WA 98108

A firm belief in organics, with a dedication to ensure the ethical treatment of workers who cultivate tea, and a team of dedicated employees at Choice Organic Teas, has made the company a modern day tea pioneer In 2000, Choice Organic Teas became the first tea crafter in the United States to offer Fair Trade Certified™ tea. Today, we proudly offer more varieties of Fair Trade Certified tea than any other tea company in North America, expanding awareness of a just form of trade with the developing world.

Choice Organic Teas are manufactured in a certified organic facility where Green-e Certified renewable energy certificates (RECs) from wind power are purchased to offset 100 percent of the facility’s electricity.

And finally, we can’t help but remind you that our organic teas taste pretty amazing too.

Port Townsend Food Co-op

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Assorted Nummies!

Contact Person:
Address: 414 Kearney St.
Port Townsend, WA 98368

Seeking to uphold the health of our community and world, the Port Townsend Food Co-op, a consumer co-operative, serves its membership by making available reasonably priced whole foods and other basic goods and resources by means of their life-affirming democratic organization. Open Every Day 8am-9pm.

Banyan Botanicals

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Ayurvedic "tester" station of balms, herbal extracts, massage oils and bulk herbs

Contact Person: Erin Douglas, Customer & Community Relations
Ashland, Oregon

Banyan Botanicals offers a wide variety Ayurveda & Ayurvedic products- sustainably sourced & fairly traded. Banyan Botanicals creates a wide selection of herbal products - from supplements to target stress to beauty products for hair and skin. These natural health products are formulated based on the practice of Ayurveda - a timeless methodology from India that centers on maintaining your optimal health and well-being. This is often done with the assistance of beneficial herbs and herbal extracts.

The Essential Herbal

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Donated Advertising in the Magazine.

Contact Person: Tina Sams
Address: 1354 N. Strickler Road
Manheim, PA 17545

The Essential Herbal is an ever-growing magazine dispersing herbal lore and uses as we allow businesses and hobbyists alike to shine by sharing their knowledge.

Dragonfly Chai

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Dragonfly Chai for the Beverage Tasting Event

Contact Person: David Fischer
Address: 1991 NW Upshur Street, Suite A
Portland, OR 97209

From our microbrewery in Portland, Oregon, DragonFly Chai is creating inspired Chai and Iced Teas.

We hand craft in small batches using organic fair-trade teas and organic spices & sweeteners.

Hand crafted Chai means that our brewery is 100% hands-on. We start by grinding our own spices and craft each batch to simple perfection.Our four varieties of Chai are balanced, full-bodied and robust.

Thyme Garden Herb Company

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Herbal Cookbooks

Contact Person: Rolfe and Janet Hagen
Address: 20546 Alsea Highway
Alsea, Oregon 97324

This is The Thyme Garden’s 25th year as a family-run business. The Thyme Garden offers one of the largest collections of organic herb seeds in the country. In addition to their online and mail-order business, they have beautiful display gardens of herbs, grouped by the herbs’ uses, as well as miles of trails to walk through the land the company stewards. Habitat restoration is important to the company and The Thyme Garden has worked for years to rebuild salmon spawning habitat, as well as provide food for the butterflies, birds, and bees. They host summer weddings and special events.

Friends of the Trees Botanicals

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Services

Contact Person: Michael Pilarski
We grow and wildcraft over 100 species of medicinal plants.

Hierophant Meadery

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Several cases of metheglin style meads

Contact Person: Jeremy & Michelle Kyncl
Address: 16602 N Day Mt Spokane Rd
Mead, WA 99021

"Our journey as herbalists has led us to the fascinating alchemy of ancient historical fermentation traditions. It is our passion and intention to both resurrect these traditions, as well as play a role in the preservation of our earth's most important ally... the honey bee.

"Hierophant Meadery is a family-owned domestic winery run by herbalists & Bastyr University Graduates, Jeremy & Michelle Kyncl. It is Hierophant Meadery's mission to model the importance of supporting local farmers and honey producers to create more sustainable communities in the Northwest. Hierophant specializes in the production of hand crafted honey wines, kombucha, and elderberry syrup using sustainably produced ingredients whilst drawing wisdom from alchemical principles. We are committed to the metheglin style of mead making, a class of mead making in which herbs or spices are added to create a complex flavor profile. Hierophant Meadery is located in Mead, Washington on the historic Green Bluff Farming loop, and serves on the board of the Green Bluff Direct Marketing Association. Kombucha sales at Hierophant Meadery benefit our on site nonprofit animal sanctuary, Higher Ground Animal Sanctuary.

"Michelle Kyncl is the paperwork queen of Hierophant Meadery. She is a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Herbalist, Licensed Massage Practitioner, and educator specializing in ancient herbal preparations. She holds a Bachelor's of Science in Herbal Sciences from Bastyr University.

"Jeremy Kyncl is the winemaker/ mazer of Hierophant Meadery. He is an herbalist, Wild-crafter, and Naturalist specializing in plant cultivation and identification, botanical research, alchemical preparations, wild foraging, sustainable harvesting, fermentation, sustainability, and herbal preparations. Jeremy holds a Bachelor's of Science in Herbal Sciences from Bastyr University."

Traditional Medicinals

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Tea Bags (700 of 'em)

Contact Person:
Sebastopol, CA 95472

Traditional Medicinals is an herbal tea company committed to using high quality pharmacopoeial grade herbs and embracing ingredient purity, sustainability, and social and environmental activism. Traditional Medicinals are pioneers in the wellness tea categories and will continue to lead the way.


Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Yerba Mate Teas, Tulsi Teas, Rooibos Teas

Contact Person: Dee
Ashland, Oregon

Yogi Tea

Sponsorship level or in-kind donation: Yogi Teas for our Beverage and Herbal Tea Tasting Event

Contact Person: Jenna Gavin

Our story began in 1969 when Yogi Bhajan, an inspired and inspiring teacher of holistic living, started teaching yoga in the West. He shared with his students the wisdom and knowledge of healthy living and the beneficial properties of herbs that he had mastered in India, all while serving a comforting and aromatic spiced tea they affectionately named “Yogi Tea.”

Included in the recipe were five traditional Ayurvedic spices: cardamom seed, cinnamon bark, clove bud, ginger root and black pepper. When blended and brewed, these delicious and aromatic spices leave you feeling vibrant and alive. At Yogi, we believe the purpose of business is to serve. Today, Yogi has over 60 tea blends, many of which are created using the five original Yogi spices.