Joshua Dunn (Osage Nation descendant) has studied Indigenous North American plants, and how to work with them as medicine, with Indigenous plant knowledge-keepers across Turtle Island. He also has a background in western herbalism, ethnobotany, and sustainable agriculture. As a bioregional herbalist and teacher, he focuses on working with plants that are abundant locally. He incorporates both traditional Indigenous and European medicine-making techniques into his practice. He has a Master’s degree in Indigenous Land-Based Education from the University of Saskatchewan. He teaches Indigenous Plant Medicine courses for several Indigenous organizations including the Standing Rock Language and Culture Institute on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota, and the Institute of American Indian Arts Continuing Education Program in New Mexico.