Articles on the Eagle Feather Farm and Robert Eidus

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American Ginseng: Is there hope left for this North Carolina Native?

By Carter Patterson, Environmental Sciences student, University of North Carolina  – Have you ever been walking through the woods of … Read More
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Robert Eidus Addresses NCPCB on Wild Ginseng

Robert Eidus addressed the North Carolina Plant Conservation Board about banning the export of wild ginseng from North Carolina, and … Read More
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Robert Eidus at Eagle Feather Farm in Marshall, NC

Robert Eidus Profile for The Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Robert Eidus: Ginseng Farmer by Kate Farley – Robert Eidus is an avid American ginseng grower and educator who owns … Read More
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Robert Eidus Protects Appalachia’s Medicinal Plants

Written by Brooke Randle – From the April 27, 2021 issue of the Mountain Xpress Wild American ginseng, prized for … Read More
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Robert Eidus, owner of Eagle Feather Farm

Eagle Feather Organic Farm #11 on List of Best Organic Farms in NC

A handy guide published by NatureHub lists 11 of the best organic farms in NC. Eagle Feather Organic Farm is … Read More
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2018 Farm Bill

written by Robert Eidus, March 2019 – The 2018 Farm Bill, or Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, is recent United … Read More
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Health & Happiness: Chocolate Ginseng Truffles

written by Betty Belanus, April 17, 2019 for Smithsonian Folklife, “One ounce of wild ginseng powder has the value … Read More
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Fake Medicine

by Robert Eidus, December 30, 2018 – Hemp oil is fake medicine, the snake oil of the modern era, and … Read More
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How has WWOOF influenced your life? – Video

Interview with Robert Eidus   Eagle Feather Farm worked with WWOOF in 2017 and is no longer an active participant. … Read More
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Overharvesting of forest plants calls for mindful consumers

Mountain Xpress, by Carrie Eidson, May 20, 2015 Bart Zink first learned about wild harvesting from his father, hunting … Read More
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An Herbal Tonic

Tips for cultivating one of the most precious plants in America’s forests: Ginseng. Woodland, Fall 2014, pgs 20-25. Written by … Read More
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Ginseng Poaching Threatens Survival of Plant Species

CBS News, September 5, 2013 Millions of Americans take ginseng for its perceived health benefits. …The harvest for wild … Read More
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