Zachary Clancy is a Brooklyn-based horticulturist, herbalist, and educator. He has spent the last 5 years working on sustainability initiatives in NYC, building and managing urban farms in all five boroughs, and designing and administering horticultural education programs in collaboration with CUNY, HELPUSA, NYCHA, and DOE, and RecultivateNY. He’s worked with veterans, students from middle school to college, and the homeless, helping them discover the benefits of plants.
With degrees in Psychology and Biology, Zachary's overall approach to herbalism is firmly grounded in the science of plant based medicines. In addition to this, he has been heavily influenced by herbal apprenticeships under renowned Great Plains herbalist Ocoee Miller and Appalachian herbalist Joe Hollis who both emphasized the importance of working directly with plants in order to grow ones own medicine.
Zachary helps people connect to the natural environment and cultivate healthy, active lifestyles that combine herbalism with good nutrition, exercise, yoga/meditation, creative expression, and community engagement. He also assists those who’d like to explore the medicinal and therapeutic benefits of sacred plant medicines, a practice which he has over 15+ years of experience with.
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