The fair provides a fun environment for the community to enjoy and learn about natural health, featuring free acupuncture demonstrations, garden tours, nutritious cooking demonstrations and more.
The main stage featured entertainment ranging from local musical acts to the Bastyr University Hula Club, as well as informative speakers, including Jean Layton ND, also known as “the Gluten-Free Doctor,” and internationally renowned mycologist Paul Stamets.
Bastyr faculty member Heidi Bohan also unveiled the University’s newest project, the Sacred Seeds Ethnobotanical Trail. During the opening ceremony for the mile-long trail that will serve as an educational resource for the community, Bohan explained the importance of preserving native plants and sharing that information.
The Bastyr University campus will serve as the Pacific Northwest host for this national effort to cultivate native plants, encourage seed saving, and use the sanctuary to the advantage of the community for ethnobotanical knowledge.
Dr. Brendan Smith, ND, discusses the more holistic approach to diabetes and cardiovascular care that the Bastyr Clinic for Natural Health offers patients.
Jenn Dazey, ND discusses the natural benefits of eucalyptus on page 24 of the April 2020 edition of Prevention Magazine.
Stephanie Michael, a registered dietician nutritionist, was hired as the county’s Health Services Program manager, and is on the front lines of the COVID-19 response in Pacific County
The Institute of Natural Medicine announces that Dr. Joe Pizzorno has joined their Board of Directors