Cheyenne Anderson, Author of Harvest Moon: Homesteader, Herbalist, Wildcrafter and Herbalist
My passion for herbalism and dedication to this field of work follows a purpose.
My goals are to provide affordable herbal classes, teach others how to sustainably and ethically wildcraft, and to help as many people as I possibly can. I also plan to write and illustrate books about the herbs growing wild in my home state of Oklahoma someday.
I live on almost an acre of land in a tiny town in Oklahoma. I am a follower of Jesus Christ, Homesteader, Herbalist, Wildcrafter, Artist, wife to one amazing man, and homeschool momma to three awesome kiddos. I enjoy spending time in my 2,000+ square foot garden, going to church, exploring the outdoors, reading, fishing, crafting things with my hands, creating art, writing, and helping people.
I began my herbal journey in January of 2008, when I, along with my momma and sisters, decided to open a little shop in my tiny hometown. Our goal was to provide natural bath & body products, along with some other all natural products, to our community. While creating our product line, I began learning about herbs and essential oils and how to use them for health.
In 2014, I felt God calling me to become an Herbalist. So, I decided to take my knowledge of herbs to another level and I signed up for the Introductory Herbal Course that The Herbal Academy of New England offered.
Since then, I have completed the Introductory Herbal Course, Intermediate Herbal Course, Herbal Materia Medica Course, The Craft of Herbal Fermentation Course, Entrepreneur Herbal Course, and the Herbal Self-Care for Stress Management Course. My educational goal is to complete the Advanced Herbal Course and never stop learning about herbs.
I am a dedicated student of herbalism and years of study have armed me with the knowledge I need to teach and support my fellow Oklahomans.