Singularity Botanicals produces medicinal herbs and offers multifaceted educational programs which support their cultivation and use. Chester and Philipsburg, located in the urban East and rural Central Pennsylvania Appalachian region respectively, are anchor points in an arc that supports twenty Singularity Botanicals plant medicine growsites in six states.
A small city with grit, heart, and indomitable spirit, Chester has been a toxic dumping ground for the Mid-Atlantic region for decades. Philipsburg is a gem in the heart of the Moshannon Valley's former coal mining region. Cultivation of medicinal herbs, complementary alternative medicine, offers communities like Chester and Phillipsburg a pathway toward wellness, resiliency, and selfcare sovereignty against the backdrop of accelerating climate change.
An award winning business, Singularity Botanicals works beside residents who "reskill" as herb growers even as they take control of their health, economics, and expansion of consciousness with a unified strategy. The business model seamlessly interweaves personal growth and internal environmental resilience-building, with tools for thriving in a climate-changed future.