Nice little write up over at Warycry on in game professions and how they apply to druids. Personally I’ve always been a miner. Probably because I’ve got little patience and like easy gold. Sue me…(:->). I started off as a leather worker as it seemed to make sense (I can wear what I make..nice!) yet I found that pretty quickly I was able to get better stuff from drops than I could make. Also once I discovered the AH my leather working days were petty much over. Now, however, I wish I’d kept with it as it really is kinda fun and gets way better at middle and higher levels. I simply did not put enough time and enffort into it to get the benefits of it. If I had I would have fared much better! Gathering the needed supplies, getting patterns and all that is more fun for me now than it was when I started. Anyway, take a look at Warcry.com’s Druid Profession Guide.
While you can only choose two primary professions there is no reason not to become a master in all the secondary skills! First Aid is a must. I know what you’re thinking, “But I’m a druid, what do I need additional healing for?” You do, just trust me on this one. If you don’t work your first aid you’ll never know this but once you have it you’re golden. Just work it up, keep it up and you’ll be happy you did. Don’t be that druid standing out, totally out of mana, who can’t even slap a bandage on a caster between pulls!