Medicinal and Edible Plants of the Southwest with Diane Vaszily
Join us at Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center as we share the ethnobotany practiced by early people and all the wildlife who lives among the desert flora. Long-time educator and Desert Awareness Committee member, Diane Vaszily, will take you on a tour to explore the medicinal and edible plants that grow locally. This hands on program features plant uses from a pharmacological perspective and traditional uses for healing, wellness, and food. As part of the experience, you will harvest several plants and prepare edibles, a poultice, a tincture, and 2 ointments to take home. On the plant tour, you will also tour our sanctuary and learn the many ways in which desert plant life and wildlife interact with each other to survive. Materials and lunch provided!
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