Thank you to my teachers at Vermont Center of Integrative Herbalism, my agricultural mentors- Mimi Arnstein, Richard Wiswall, Mel and Jeff Carpenter, my herbal business mentors- Kara Buchanan, Katherine Elmer, my herbal justice mentors- Dana Woodruff and Sandra Lory, my spirit mentor- Janice Walrafen, Fran Weinbaum and Rosemary Gladstar, and my sibling- Mica McDonald for being a source of support, trouble shooting and education in my pursuit of herbalism, agriculture and spiritual growth.
Kenzie McDonald Farmer, Herbalist, Student, Teacher, Wild Crafter, Medicine Maker, Silly Person Extraordinaire.
As a clinical herbalist and organic herb farmer, Kenzie enjoys teaching about the healing properties of medicinal plants for the mind, body and spirit. She is also a beekeeper, a dancer and a lover of nature, social justice and spirituality. Kenzie is queer, trans and disability friendly, and open to creating access to herbs for people of all ages, genders, colors and faiths. Kenzie specializes in emotional wellness and trauma healing through herbal support, as well as social justice and spiritual education to embody the work of an ally. Kenzie's clinical practice, educational programs and farm are currently based in Burlington, Vermont.
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