Paula Winchester Enterprises, LLC

Paula Winchester's Professional Affiliations

Member since 2007

The Specialty Tea Institute

Paula has been a member of the Specialty Tea Institute since 2007. The Institute describes itself as: a "...Tea Association [that] oversees a thriving industry that represents products that are synonymous with a healthy life style. By virtue of its strength, knowledge and experience, we continually attract & develop future leaders/innovators in the tea trade. This fact is evident by the continued growth of tea and related products."

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The Herb Society of America

The Society describes itself as a "...501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization that focuses on educating its members and the public on the cultivation of herbs and the study of their history and uses, both past and present. "

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AgriMissouri

The organization describes itself as an "...an outreach program through the Missouri Department of Agriculture that promotes Missouri-grown and Missouri-made items, representing food and non-food products, retailers, farmers’ markets, agritourism and agricultural experience destinations. AgriMissouri strives to grow all members through collective marketing and promotions and offers training and educational opportunities to help grow successful businesses."

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World Tea Directory

The world Tea Directory was set up as a service to tea businesses, tea organizations and other like minded tea enthusiast.

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Urasenke Chanoyu School of Japan

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Urasenke Chanoyu School of Japan

Chado, the way of tea, has developed over the past 400 years in Japan. Host and guests share a bowl of matcha, bright green finely powdered tea leaves, while using a prescribed set of movements and some very unique tea making and drinking equipment. In the process of doing, students who practice chado learn about traditional Japanese history, culture, and art.

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