The International Herb Association
The go-to site for the “Herb of the Year”. Good resource for information for past herbs-of-the-year,
membership required for current herb-of-the-year.
The Herb Society of America
Herb activities and events from across the country. Information about native herbs.
Good definitions on herb terminology.
Looking at a rainy/snowy day with nothing to do? Pinterest has the problem solved with recipes, crafts, and too much information
about preserving and using herbs.
Jim Long, a featured speaker at our 2012 50th Anniversary Celebration, is a gardener and entrepreneur. His manuals and recipes are
a must for herb enthusiasts.
“Thymely Tips and Sage Advice” from author and gardener, Susan Betz
Susan Wittig Albert’s site for China Bayles mysteries. Must-reads for serious herbies.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, the Minnesota Herb Society’s home away from home. Members tend the designated herb gardens.
Three of our annual meetings are held here. It is always a good day to go to the Arboretum.
A truly fascinating article about the 2018 Herb of the Year, Hops and how they can help bees to recover from colony collapse disorder.
A very nice article on berries from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Shared by our members.