Sunday, 01 October, 2023


Adirondacks Ethnobotany

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A Celebration of Adirondacks Ethnobotany

Will be hosted By The Cranberry Lake North Shore Hub on Wednesday July 12, 7 to 8 pm

The students at SUNY ESF’s Field Ethnobiology course at the Cranberry Lake Biological Station will lead an evening program to introduce culturally significant plants of the Adirondacks region. Join us to learn about food, medicine, and fiber plants that grow all around us.
The instructors for this course are:

  • Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer, Distinguished Teaching Professor and Director of the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment, SUNY ESF;
  • and Tusha Yakoleva, Community Outreach Coordinator; Center for Native Peoples at the Environment, SUNY ESF.

The student presenters comprise 20 undergraduate biology students in various majors who share a great interest in botany and ethnobotany.

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