Stewardship & Sustainability with Author/Herbalist Christa Sinadinos

Season #1 Episode #39

I am so excited to have had this opportunity to sit down with herbalist, educator, & author Christa Sinodinos. In this episode we share with each other philosophies of responsible education, sustainable harvesting, and the responsibility we all have as plant people to protect the health of the plants and the ecosystems of which we are all part. We had a fun time with lots of laughs. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

Christa Sinadinos has more than 25 years of expertise as a clinician, teacher, gardener, and medicine maker. She is the author of The Essential Guide to Western Botanical Medicine. Christa is the founder and director of The Northwest School for Botanical Studies in Fieldbrook, California, where she has trained hundreds of students who are the new generation of herbalists. She lectures at herbal conferences and schools throughout the U.S. and publishes articles on topics such as botanical medicine and gardening.

Christa maintains a demonstration garden with more than 200 species of medicinal herbs and an extensive herbal pharmacy. For more than 20 years, she owned and operated a wholesale herbal extract business and a compounding pharmacy that served thousands of clients throughout the West Coast.

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