Hello Friends of Kudzu Culture,
We are thrilled to share that we are officially a 501(c)(3) nonprofit! Collectively we have been working on kudzu research, experimentation, and education for over a decade here in the mountains of Western North Carolina. We look forward to continuing this work for years to come, while vitalizing creative economies that utilize abundant species.
One aspect of our current work is that we are measuring effectiveness/viability of harvesting and processing fresh kudzu root from clean mountainside sites into shredded, dehydrated matter that can be used in various culinary and herbal applications. Wintertime is when the vines and leaves are dormant, and the roots are most vibrant. We are in the midst of our Winter 2022 harvest; fresh and dried root is available for purchase, and will be shipped in late March. Funds from selling fresh and dried root help sustain our work.
Fresh and dried kudzu root is available for purchase on our Etsy Page. If you are an herbalist or community practitioner, and would like a discount or donation, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/DLNH4QBhi8NHSb3i8
2 thoughts on “Updates from Kudzu Culture: Fresh and Dried Root Available for Order”
Dear Madam, could you send me some fresh (live) kudzu roots please? I would like to try kudzu as a forage for our goats in West Texas?
Hi, thanks for your message! We don’t sell for planting/growing. Until kudzu growth in the southeastern US is “wrangled,” there are many regulations against planting.