Shaw Black Farm, Botanical Sanctuary

Did you know? Since 2016, Shaw Black Farm has been the first and only United Plant Savers certified Botanical Sanctuary in Kentucky! We grow primarily wild-simulated Ginseng and Goldenseal, and several other medicinal plant species that we care for and grow are naturally native to our area. We are proud to partner with United Plant […]

2017 American Ginseng Symposium in Morgantown, WV

Shaw Black Farm attended the 2017 American Ginseng Symposium, which was held in July in Morgantown, West Virginia and sponsored by United Plant Savers. The Symposium was a meeting and workshops by a variety of roles in the Ginseng industry, including Ginseng regulators, dealers, growers, scientists and researchers. It was an overview of the latest […]

Korean Forestry Meeting

Shaw-Black Farm Discusses Wild American Ginseng Production with the Korean Forestry   Promotion Institute (KFPI) and Korea Forest Service   On May 9, 2015, Mr. Terry Black, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Shaw-Black Farms, met with officials of the Korean Forestry Promotion Institute (KFPI) and the Korea Forest Service (KFS) to discuss the growth and […]

Courtney Teaches Lavender Salve Making Class

June 15, 2015 Courtney Shaw, Chartered Herbalist with Shaw Black Farm, taught a salve making class in West Union, Ohio. The Adams County Herb Guild requested she demonstrate how to make a basic herbal salve at their monthly meeting at the First Presbyterian Church in West Union, Ohio. The theme for June was “Lavender,” so […]