Grab your “pod” mates, see all the new plants coming up in the forest, and learn about the Native American uses of plants, and which ones are good to eat or make into teas, right here on the L&C campus and in the surrounding natural areas! The first trilliums could be in bloom by this time. We’ll spend 90 minutes to 2 hours on this adventure.
Spend an afternoon getting to know the plants that grow right in your own LC backyard! We’ll spend about 1.5 to 2 hours exploring the natural spaces around campus while learning about traditional, medicinal, and other uses of plant species. Find out which plants are edible, and which are poisonous!
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