Herbalists Without Borders
Herbalists Without Borders (HWB) is a global community where all people have access to affordable natural and botanical health and wellness. To bring that vision into reality we work with community-based chapters to create educational, advocacy and grassroots model projects to fill the gaps in health justice internationally.
The Inland Northwest/Spokane Chapter was established in late 2018 as a function of the Four Seasons Herbal Guild.
Our chapter will focus on the following
homeless women’s and children’s outreach
herbal aid to COVID relief centers
with the eventual goal of establishing a free Peoples Clinic.
There are many ways you can support or participate. The Spokane Herbal Faire is our main fundraiser, all monies raised support HWB and local herbal events and classes.
Also you can consider joining the guild and supporting our good works for $25 annually.
To be a part of any of these activities, please get in touch with Mary. You can reach her through the contact page.
Herbalists Without Borders (HWB) is a membership based 501c3 nonprofit local to global network devoted to providing compassionate holistic care to communities and countries in need impacted by natural disasters, violent conflicts, poverty, trauma and other access barriers to health and wellness.
Herbalists Without Borders humanitarian aid and actions center around herbal health justice: Herbal Borderless Medicine, Holistic Free People's Clinics, Trauma Trainings, Education & Advocacy, Technical Assistance and more. HWB also promotes Nourishing Community Gardens, Medicinal Seed Saving, Seed Banks/Libraries, healthy food in food deserts, herbal education and advocacy, and social justice related to herbalism and herbal health access.
By connecting as allies under a shared mission, vision, and belief in health justice for all, we all have a greater awareness of our place on this planet, and see all that we have in common as herbalists around the world. We can share resources, support one another, hear from those that have done this work, and create community models that WORK via mutual aid, technical support and knowledge sharing, and community empowerment.