Meet Renée

Hi! I’m Renee, a nature- and people- lover in the Pacific northwest. I’m on a quest to improve health outcomes, pursuing questions like:

How does our relationship with nature affect our health?

How do plants and mushrooms support our well being? Can we amplify this?

What is the future of medicine and healthcare?

I educate about the wild world, including the use of plants and mushrooms as components of a healthy lifestyle. It’s fulfilling to work on an individual basis—not only to bear witness to deep transformation, but because I’ve also walked the path from serious illness to wellness.

I’m based in Olympia, WA–land traditionally inhabited by indigenous nations including the Nisqually, Chehalis, and Squaxin. I’m grateful to indigenous peoples worldwide who have stewarded the land for millennia, and who have developed and tended the foods and medicines that nourish all of us.

Professional bio

Renee Davis MA RH is a clinical herbalist, researcher, and educator in botanical and mycological medicine. She is a board member for the American Herbalists Guild, a writer for the American Botanical Council, and R&D Director for a nutraceutical mushroom company. She currently studies biomedical sciences at the University of Washington. Previously, she was a community herbalist at the Olympia Free Herbal Clinic for 5 years and an Associate Scholar with the Center for World Indigenous Studies. Her work has appeared in Face the Current, Plant Healer Magazine, Journal of the American Herbalists Guild, and Pulse: Voices from the Heart of Medicine.

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