We Believe

Creating a viable and healthy present and future, for the ENTIRE web of life, begins in the heart and on the land ! Our mission is to work in harmony with the living world around us , while providing the highest quality herbs. Our herbs are Certified Naturally Grown, which means that we lovingly cultivate vibrant, healing herbs, without the use of herbicides or pesticides. We also mindfully wildcraft from the land here, and grow “at risk” herbs that are in danger of disappearing due to over harvesting. Last, but certainly not least, we offer classes to empower and inspire you to reclaim your power to heal yourself and your community .

Sacred Roots Herbal Sanctuary is a woman owned, community run, small scale, solar powered medicinal herb farm located in the rolling hills of the Eastern Panhandle, in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.


*Given that we are a working farm, we ask that you please only visit during public programs, a scheduled pick up or for an audio herb garden tour (see events page). Thank you.


Come join our crew ! We are starting to interview for Spring / Summer Interns.

Internships run from late February to mid July. Work days in the garden are Monday through Thursday. We are looking for people who can commit to one full day a week 9am-4pm. Gardening experience required. Must be capable of physically challenging manual labor at times. In addition to having fun, gathering skills and experience, perks include: lots of free plants, dried and fresh herbs, plant medicine, and free classes.
Deadline to apply for internships is February 14th.

We also welcome Volunteers starting in late February as well.
Volunteer opportunities offer flexible days and times (within Mon-Thurs 9-4) that fit your schedule...you choose the day / time / duration and frequency. Garden experience is recommended, but not required. No interview required. Volunteers receive free plants or dried / fresh herbs .
Email info@sacredrootswv.com if interested in either opportunity. 


Our Spring 2023 Plant Pre-Order list will be available February 2023. Please check back for ordering information then.

Fresh Herb CSA - May- November

Receive three fresh bunches of Certified Naturally Grown herbs each month, plus an email with descriptions of the healing properties and energetics, a bit of history about the herb, and directions for how to use it and make herbal remedies. Delivery option within 10 miles of Shepherdstown. Farm pick up for those outside the area. $250. Payment options available for those in need. To purchase contact info@sacredrootswv.com.

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*Pavilion Rental
Looking for a beautiful outdoor space to hold meetings or events during the weekdays ? Our garden pavilion has 4 picnic tables and seats 24 people. Email info@sacredrootswv.com for more info. No weekend availability.

Listen Into Landscape Audio Interview
Interview with Cameron Oglesby / Environmental Health News  https://www.ehn.org/herbal-healing-2655272641.html

"Weeds are flowers too, once you get to know them." ~ A.A.Milne

Why Support Bio-Regional Herbs?

Support Local Farms and Growers

Support the Local Economy

Save Resources

Ensure Quality Herbs

Sync Your Body With Regional Plants


Things We Offer

Culinary and medicinal herbs ( fresh and dried )

  • Live plants
  • Year Round Herbal CSA
  • Herbal and garden based classes
  • Educational woodland trail for at risk medicinal plants
  • Full Circle Herb Grower's School
  • Public Garden Tours
  • Seasonal Earth based events that allow you to plug back into the heart of Mother Earth and your wild self
  • Shenandoah Valley Herbal Gathering

We're on Hipcamp!


Looking for a personal retreat or family camping trip ?

Come escape to our beautiful, RUSTIC 34 acre wild homestead / farm. Camp in the woods, wander through the herb gardens, stroll through the woodland medicine path, get your Zen on in the meditation hut, and eat your meals in our garden pavilion.

We are just 10 minutes from downtown historic Shepherdstown , the Potomac River, and in close proximity to many state parks and the Appalachian Trail.