• Ginseng Season: It's Harvest Time, But Botanists Urge Restraint
  • Ginseng Season: It's Harvest Time, But Botanists Urge Restraint

    In Vermont, the legal season for collecting wild American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) runs from September 1 through October 31, making this a good time to follow up on a 2008 Local Banquet article by biologist Rick Enser, "A Gathering Storm." Wild ginseng populations had fallen to concerning levels when he wrote his piece in 2008, what has happened since? 

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Jaimie Scanlon

Jaimie Scanlon

Jaimie Scanlon is a Brattleboro-based writer and editor. She works as the content specialist at Rapt Creative Marketing and Design, where she promotes all things Kurn Hattin.

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