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Food as Medicine, Sustainable Sustenance with Marc Williams MSc.

Host Ellen Kamhi PhD, RN, RH(AHG), AHN-BC interviewed Marc Williams about how we can use food as medicine and maintaining the sustainability of the supply.

About Marc Williams

Ethnobiologist Marc Williams has taught hundreds of classes to thousands of people about plants, humans, other life forms and their interface. His training includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies/Sustainable Agriculture from Warren Wilson College with a minor in Business and a Master’s in Appalachian Studies/Sustainable Development from Appalachian State University with a minor in Planning/Geography. He has spent over 20 years working at various restaurants, farms, and travels throughout 30 countries in Central/North/South America, Europe and all 50 states in the USA.

Marc is also the primary facilitator of the website  www.plantsandhealers.org and on the Board of Directors of the United Plant Savers.

Contact: www.botanyeveryday.com

To listen to the interview, click the player below. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please use the comment section under this post or contact Ellen Kamhi here.

You may also be interested in Scientific Support for Botanical Medicine with Mark Blumenthal where Dr. Eugene Zampieron ND and Mark Blumenthal also highlighted the sustainability of certain medicinal herbs.

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