About 100 Days of Ginseng
100 Days of Ginseng has grown out of an increasing need for ginseng awareness and stewardship,
combined with a passion for education and outreach (and a smidge of graphic design).
The idea is that every day for 100 days, there would one new educational graphic about ginseng history, stewardship, ethical harvest and further resources, counting down to September 1st, 2020. Instead of "ginseng season", it might be possible to create something of a "ginseng stewardship or
ethical harvest season".
The hope is that each graphic might become a seed that could take root and grow into a curiosity, an interest or even passion for learning more about ginseng and helping to preserve the species.
Ginseng's history, medicine, and it's importance to people and nature alike, illustrate how as a species, ginseng's value is far more than just a price.
United Plant Savers’ mission is to protect native medicinal plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat while ensuring an abundant renewable supply of medicinal plants for generations to come.
The Appalachian Beginning Forest Farmer Coalition (ABFFC) is a network of forest farmers, universities, and governmental and non-governmental organizations that share a common goal of improving agroforestry production opportunities and farming capabilities among forest farmers. The collective aim is to increase awareness, capacity, and long-term viability through education, networking, and conservation.