(NL KLIK HIER) Without support, nothing thrives. If you would like to help River of Herbs to thrive, please get in touch.

African Marigolds, Tenerife.

Thank you to the following for their continued belief in this project and their financial or practical support.

Update 08/04/2015: We are now able to welcome groups of helpers from businesses. Please see this post for details. The scheme allows business groups to join us for one or more green work session for a very reasonable cost. This will help us buy specific tools, seeds, plants and to help run the project. For details please contact Lynn via or call 0627596930

GemAmsterdam  A generous award from Gemeente Amsterdam via the NME Fonds, has enabled the River of Herbs Schools Project to get underway this year. It funds the creation of course materials and training and ongoing support for ten local primary schools.

Groen en Doen logo

River of Herbs received subsidies from the Dutch government in 2013, 2014 and 2015 via Groen en Doen, to encourage volunteering in the green sector. This funded the training of many people; teaching them how to plan, set up, maintain and use urban herb meadows. It also enabled this website to be developed and for us to take on projects such as Frankedael Orchards and the Volksbond project.

intratuin logoGarden center Intratuin generously donated plants to River of Herbs in
2013 and continues to support the project with
discounted organic herbs and tools.


design&coThanks to Sam and Fran, we now have an improved website, logo, seed packet stamp
and other beautiful things, to help the River of Herbs grow.
We greatly appreciate their continued support and ethical social enterprise discount.

Urbanherbology logo


Lynn Shore, who runs the River of Herbs project also runs
Urban Herbology, which is about urban foraging
and using city herbs.

City Plot Amsterdam

Thank you to our friends at City Plot Amsterdam for the tip about Groen en Doen funding in 2012. It really helped this dream spring to life. City Plot also partners with us on the Amsterdam River of Herbs edible/wildlife corridor and schools project.