Aug 30, 2018

Ethnobotany Workshop September 22nd.

David Douglas Botanical Garden Society presents an

Ethnobotany Workshop

with Carla Burton

Presentation on plant uses by local First Nations for food, medicine, spirituality, and technology. Short walk to examine native plants. Making Devil's Club and Rose Hip salves with native plants to take home.

Saturday, September 22nd. 9:00am to 4:00pm

Lab 8-325, Teaching Laboratory at UNBC

DDBGS members $25  Non-members $60 (includes a DDBGS membership)

To register or for more information contact Anne at

Participants to bring a sharp paring knife, sturdy gloves, and a mallet for crushing rose hips.

Registration for non-members will be open on September 16th.

Tickets $25.00 - Members

Tickets $60.00 - Non Members


Featured Plant

The Campanulas, more familiarly known as bluebells or bellflowers.

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