Dr. Brent Binder has a bachelors degree in biology, a masters in sports health science and a doctorate of chiropractic. He operates a busy chiroparactic
office in central PA where he uses both manual and herbal treatments to help patients overcome disease of the body and achieve optimal health. Dr. Bonder produces a poular monthly newsletter that is co-written by Dr. ichael Roizen, chief wellness officer at the Cleveland Clininc and author of the "YOU" series with Dr. Oz.
Judy Bono has been gardening with native plants for over 25 years. Her 6 acre property in York has been preseved with the York County Farm and Natural Lands Trust. Her woodland garden is filled with more than 200 species of native perennials, trees and shrubs. You can visit her shop, The Gardener of the Owl Valley, and tour the property. Judy is a member of the board of Maescapes and Penn State Cooperative Extension.
Sue Morris, creator of Sue’s Salves and the “Planting and Living by the Moon” calendar has been making remedies from organically grown plants she grows in her central Pennsylvania garden for more than 12 years. Sue has been offering workshops at the PA Herb & Garden Festival as well as The Mother Earth News Fair and many other events to help others understand the connection between plants and health care as well as the connections that plants have to the planetary energies. She is a unique resource for this kind of knowledge and happy to share it with others.
Lisa J. Sanchez has been a naturalist at the Lancaster County Department of Parks and Recreation Environmental Center for 20 years. Teaching students of all ages to explore and value the wonders of nature is her passion. Helping people reconnect to the earth and especially the uses of wild plants as food and medicine is her way of encouraging others to let it grow. Lisa can often be found in her garden or in a kayak on the river.
Barbara Steele maintains a schedule of lectures and demonstrations, designs herb gardens and consults with those who desire to create their own garden of delight. She develops herb products for market and is always exploring old and new usages of herbs. She and her husband, Roger, operate Alloway Creek Gardens on their pre-civil war farm just south of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The farm is open for plant sales and tours from April through mid-July and is well known for the Garden Faire that is held the first Friday and Saturday in June. The Faire features juried craftspeople, country music and herbal food in a garden setting. As a Maryland Institute, College of Art BFA graduate and former public school art teacher; watercolor, digital photography and acrylic painting fill her “spare” time.