One of our preservation tasks is drying herbs. Ken took an old crib and made a series of open shelves in a part of the hose that gets no dirct sunlight, but plenty of ventilation.
Once dry, I put herbs in jars and watch them to make sure there is no residual humidity to make them mold. After a couple days I put them in the pantry with label. I transfer to small jars as needed to keep them potent. The more exposure to air and light, the faster they lose their punch.