My efforts are primarily devoted to wildcrafting. I am also helping farmers and gardeners to cultivate those herbs that cannot be found in the wild but that compliment the materia medica selection that is available through wildcrafting, especially important herbs from Chinese herbal medicine. Through the season I will be offering a wide selection of wild and organically cultivated medicinal herbs. Future years will include the many more perennial medicinals, which will take time to mature.
Regarding wildcrafting, I am particularly interested in making invasive medicinals much more available for regular use. Japanese Knotweed, Burdock, Garlic Mustard, Reed Grass, Purple Loosestrife, Multiflora Rose, Teasel, and many others are all very useful. I also intend to gather invasives outside our region in order to include herbs like Kudzu in the materia medica.