Coming Home to California

Big News! I’ve returned to the deep woods of Northern California, where my heart of hearts has always resided. My partner, my two dogs, and I have settled near the small town of Laytonville in the interior mountains of Mendocino County, California.










Here we’ve joined a beautiful homestead called Buck Rock, named for the giant monolith looming over our cabins on the hillside above Woodman Creek, a tributary of the Main Fork of the Eel River.


I’m so grateful to the waters, the diverse plant life, the wild animals, and the amazing humans who have welcomed us onto this incredible land.



Now that we’ve settled in, Nine Sisters is actively seeking a new office in Laytonville, so please connect if you know of the perfect spot!  I may also seek satellite locations in Humboldt County as my practice continues to grow.

Please stay tuned for the details on our new physical location. In the mean time, I am available by phone and for local house calls! Additionally, contact me if you have interest in participating in or supporting a low-cost herbal support group. You’d receive tailored herbal and holistic health guidance in a supportive group setting at the fraction of the cost of a one-on-one consultation. Think community acupuncture, but with herbs instead!


I’m thrilled for this new chapter in our adventure with our amazing doggies, my partner Chris, and the family here at Buck Rock, and I look forward to tapping into the beautiful community here in Laytonville, Northern Mendocino, Southern Humboldt, and beyond. Neighbors near and far, please reach out, I’d love to meet you!



Published by Selena Rowan

Herbalist, educator, editor, farmer, botany afficionado

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