Our staff has a strong commitment to serving the many constituents of our organization. But first and foremost, they focus their energies on those who take advantage of our programs and services.
Our board represents a cross-section of our community and has a passion for our organization and those we serve. The members work hard to ensure long-term sustainability of the organization and oversee that the funds raised directly affect those in need.
I've had a lifelong fascination with plants, technology and computer science. After studying electrical engineering, and drawing from his success with a computer system organizing and classifying products for major design firms, I decided to return to my childhood passion for classifying plants, while also pursuing my interests in herbalism and natural healing. I started the Wortcunning EcoRegional project, which aimed to promote the knowledge and use of plants for health in ecosystems worldwide, but the Wortcunning name was confusing to most and this idea had to be restructured. EcoFlora was born.
Heather Clore has always sought out a more natural approach to health and life. At a young age she had a son with health issues and this became her mission to support her son’s health and lifestyle through holistic means. Now she wants to share her knowledge with others by going on a lifestyle adventure with her clients.
Heather Clore has an Associate Degree in Western Herbalism and Holistic Nutrition, she is also a Detoxification Specialist Level II. Her passion is inspiring and educating others on an adventure to a new, healthy lifestyle, along with education on desert medicine through plant walks.
Heather has always believed that the Universe provided everything that we need in this world and that nature and foods are our medicine. She believes that walking in nature and becoming one with its beauty and power is very important for a healthy lifestyle adventure.
Rosemary is an herbal practitioner and holistic nutrition specialist, however, for ten years she was a truck driver. After experiencing a large weight gain, GI tract issues, and having had to change her circadian rhythm she wanted better health. She stopped being an over-the-road driver, started working locally and found a holistic school to fit her.
Rosemary feels it is important to integrate different modality practices with allopathic medicine to better serve people who have dis- ease within their bodies. By working in a partnership with the client, it is possible to achieve optimal health for each client.
She attended Southwest Institute of Healing Arts and began her journey in healing and learning Western Herbalism and Holistic Nutrition. She has received her Associates of Occupational Studies Degree in Holistic Health Care with Concentration in Western Herbalism and Holistic Nutrition, and is using her knowledge and own life experiences to help others reach better health.