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A Sense of Community


At Herb Pharm, we are committed to making a positive impact on our environment, our community and the planet. Each year, we sponsor or donate a percentage of our profits to a variety of national and local environmental, social and educational organizations.

Traditional Roots Institute


The Traditional Roots Institute at National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM), Portland, OR, was established in 2013. It provides community education and invites healthcare providers of all types to deepen their understanding of herbalism and advance their clinical practice. It also offers community herb walks in regional green spaces, classes in NUNM’s Min Zidell Healing Garden, a speaker series, and an annual educational conference.

United Plant Savers


The mission of United Plant Savers (UpS) is to protect native wild plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat while ensuring an abundant, renewable supply of wild plants for generations to come.

Their At-Risk and To-Watch lists compile the names of plants threatened by overuse and habitat loss. UpS has established a Botanical Sanctuary Network consisting of farms and botanical gardens dedicated to the propagation of at-risk species and also serve as education centers for plant conservation and organic cultivation.

The American Botanical Council


The American Botanical Council (ABC) is passionate about helping people live healthier lives through the responsible use of herbs.

It is an independent, nonprofit research and education organization dedicated to providing accurate and reliable information for consumers, healthcare practitioners, researchers, educators, industry and the media.

ABC publishes HerbalGram, a peer-reviewed quarterly journal; HerbClip, a twice-monthly series of summaries and critical reviews of recently published herbal literature; and HerbalEGram, a monthly electronic publication.

Women’s Crisis Support Team


Located in Grants Pass, OR, the Women’s Crisis Support Team is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending the cycle of domestic violence and sexual assault in Josephine County, OR through intervention, prevention, and safe shelter.

WCST was formed in 1977 as the Women’s Coalition of Josephine County, and operated entirely as a volunteer program and hot line for rape victims.

KS Wild (Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center)


This environmental group’s mission is to protect and restore wild nature in the Klamath-Siskiyou region of southwest Oregon and northwest California.

They promote science-based land and water conservation through policy and community action.

KS Wild achieves this vision through outreach and advocacy-based education. It builds community support for the conservation of the region’s natural gems and is the watchdog and steward of northern California and southern Oregon’s public lands, public trust waters, and the diversity of plant and animal life.

Teen Backpack Project


This organization provides homeless teens with basic necessities to help protect them from the elements, meet their basic hygiene needs, and to help bolster their self esteem.

Sturdy backpacks allow them to carry their belongings with them at all times, and lessens the risk of having donated items lost or stolen.

While Teen Backpack project recognize that backpacks are not a solution to homelessness, they can provide short-term care and comfort, a sense of dignity, and help a teen to continue with school or work.

Each pack includes a card wishing them well and signed by its packers.