A hands-on agroforestry workshop on ginseng and goldenseal will be held
Saturday, November 8, 1997, 10am to 3pm, at the Lightstone Farm Centre,
Moyers, West Virginia. Experts will be on hand to show participants where
and how to plant ginseng seeds and goldenseal rootlets, two medicinal herbs
once common in Appalachia but now almost hunted to extinction. Returns of
up to $40,000/acre are possible.
Anyone interested is invited to attend. Wear work clothes and boots; bring
work gloves. We will supply tools and a light lunch. Seeds and rootlets
will be available for purchase at the workshop. Please call 304-249-5200,
fax 304-249-5310 or email for more information and a map to the farm.
Lightstone Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to sustaining
rural communities through partnerships, education and demonstration of
agroforestry, ecoforestry, watershed restoration, land stewardship
principles and sustainable agriculture.
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