Dawn Combs, author of HobbyFarms.com's "The Prescription Gardener" blog, lives in central Ohio with her husband Carson and her children, Aidan and Jacy. She began her career with a B.A. in Botany and Humanities/Classics from Ohio Wesleyan University and later apprenticed with reknowned herbalist Rosemary Gladstar in Vermont. Dawn is a homesteading herbalist, beekeeper, author, herbal educator and co-founder of BEES firstTM, to help those committed to raising bees sustainably.
Dawn is co-owner of Mockingbird Meadows, a medicinal herb and honey farm near Columbus, Ohio, where she consults with women and their partners on issues of hormonal balance, oversees her farm, which is deemed a United Plant Savers Botanical Sanctuary, and operates the Herbal Learning Center. Mockingbird Meadows is nationally recognized for Dawn's signature line of therapeutic herbal honey spreads.
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