Ethnobotany in the Pacific Northwest

Identify edible and medicinal plants right in your own backyard

Join EOS Alliance and Lindsay Huettman, from the Wilderness Awareness School, in learning about edible and medicinal plants native to the Pacific Northwest. This workshop will involve plant identification and information on practical uses for the plants you see growing right in your own backyard.

This is a two-part workshop:

ECO-338A: Thursday January 7, 7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M., Evening Lecture

ECO-338B: Saturday January 9, 10:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M., Outdoor Exploration

Registration is $10 per workshop ($20 for both) or  $5 off if you register for both workshops ECO-338C.  Space is limited so please Register!  Thursday’s workshop will be at the EOS Office, 650 S Orcas Street, Suite 220, (in Georgetown) and Saturday’s workshop will be at the Maple School Natural Area at S Lucile St & 20th Ave S, (on Beacon Hill).

Lindsay Huettman teaches at the Wilderness Awareness School located in Duvall, Washington. She is the Outreach coordinator as well as Youth School instructor. She completed a degree at Western Washington University in Ethnobotany Stewardship Education. Lindsay also has a background in organic farming, landscaping, horse packing and training, home school support and is avid about plants in biochemistry.

A handbook on Native Plant Stewardship is available online through the Washington Native Plant Society

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