Welcome to Misty Meadows Herb Farm and Education Center. You will find us nestled on 66 acres of protected pasture and woodlands on scenic Wednesday Hill Road in the town of Lee, New Hampshire. Since 1989 our little shop and sweet gardens have grown and evolved to become one of the finest facilities and resources in the country for bulk herbs, herbal products and education. While our gardens are not certified organic, we have used organic practices since the beginning.
Wendy Snow Fogg is the founder and Senior Herbalist at Misty Meadows. Her deep personal relationship with this land and the beings who live here has fostered a sense of "coming home to heal" for hundreds of students, teachers and visitors. She and husband Clyde have lovingly stewarded the farm since 1982, even before Wendy began to hear the songs of the plants and the whisperings of the trees and other nature spirits of this very sacred and magical land.
Our Herbal programs welcome students from far and wide to pursue their herbal studies from short workshops to
Gardens filled with richly aromatic herbs and colorful perennials will lead you around the farm. Miles of groomed walking trails through a purely magical forest rich with medicinal plants are sure to inspire you. You’re encouraged to let your nose and eyes be your guides.
Our forest labyrinth is a place of peaceful solace where you can walk gently into the places of your soul, sit a while, then return with a quieter mind and deeper understanding of your journey.
Over the years many dozens of herbal, aromatherapy and flower essence students as well as Reiki masters, witches, and seekers of angels and fairies have studied, played and found their personal path here, gracing this place with loving energy, great food and lots of belly laughs.
It is with great joy and humble gratitude that we continue this work on this sacred land known as Misty Meadows.
S T A F F
Wendy Snow-Fogg, Founder, Director, Senior Herbalist
Brian Pettengill, Medicine Maker, Products Manager
Jenna Kulp, Garden Manager
Damian Woodard, Harvest Manager