Included here are bibliographical information and links. I continue to study Native American, Western European, and Scandinavian plant usage. 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LINKS - a freely accessible, Web-based encyclopedia of historic botanical literature

Electronic Sites of Botany, Plant Biology & Science Journals


Wild Food Foragers - For those who delight in the Culinary and Medicinal Uses of Weeds


Native American Herbal, Plant Knowledge

Sacred Earth - Ethnomedicine: Native American Medicine

UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters

(the above is a Native American ethnobotanical site)

CIEER - Centre For International Ethnomedicinal Education and Research Home

Flora Of North-east England

Ethnobotanica -- a site of ethnobotanical research by Andrea Pieroni, Professor of Ethnobotany:


Plants of Iceland: Cakile arctica, Arctic Sea Rocket

Zoznam nižších a vyšších rastlín Slovenska


American Botanical Council
Publishes HerbalGram

Medicinal Plants for Livestock

These pages from Cornell University examine the safety and efficacy of medicinal plant use for livestock.

Memorial Sloan Kettering Information Resource: Herbs, Botanicals and Other Products

This site specializes in evidence-based information on herbs, botanicals, vitamins, and other supplements.

Dr. Duke’s Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases

Everything Herbal - Main Page

Flora of North America @

Henriette's herbal medicine pages

Herbcraft - Links & Resources...

PFAF Database Search

Welcome to the PLANTS Database | USDA PLANTS

Plants For A Future - 7000 useful plants

MEDIEVAL - Home of the electronic version of "A Modern Herbal", by Mrs. Maud Grieve

Medieval Medicine

Regia Anglorum - The Flora of Anglo-Saxon and Viking Age England

HERBALISTS and Schools

Herbal Medicine and Spirit Healing the Wise Woman Way - Susun Weed

Herbs Database and Herbal Skills Index

michigan herbalist jim mcdonald herb classes, weed walks and other herbal opportunities...

Mini-Course in Medical Botany
An informative compilation from Dr. James Duke, the noted ethnobotanist.

Southwest School of Botanical Medicine Links - Michael Moore
An eclectic collection of links and resources, including ones of historical interest.