Wet areas provide the most diverse habitats for plants used by Great Lakes tribes. Join ethnobotanist Lee Olsen and find out what can be learned from the Indian names. He will also demonstrate utility uses (dyes, cordage, fiber, and construction), reveal medicinal plants, and identify food plants. Bring good hiking shoes and dress for the weather.
Space is limited so please pre-register. Walks are free and are open to the public; a $5 donation is appreciated.
PLEASE – NO PETS ALLOWED