Herb Day 2006
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The American Botanical Council is partnering with the American Herbal Products Association and three other nonprofit organizations to host the first annual Herb Day Oct. 14, ABC announces Feb. 2. Events throughout the day will consist of a series of independently planned public education events designed to celebrate "the importance of herbs and herbalism." Activities at retail stores, gardens and parks that will take place in the week preceding Herb Day include lectures, herb walks, workshops and in-store cooking demonstrations featuring herbs and spices, according to ABC...
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