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January Extension Horticulture Series: Ethnobotany of Western Montana  RSS feed

 
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By this time of year, many of us have indulged in foods based on family tradition or national heritage. What better time to learn about the foods and flavors naturally derived from the native plants of our region.

Rosalyn LaPier is an instructor in the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Montana. Rosalyn's current research is a historical study of the intersection between religion and traditional ecological knowledge of the Blackfeet tribe. Rosalyn will share her expertise and experiences with the traditional uses of our native plants.

This seminar series will be held Thursday January 24th from 6-8 pm. There is no cost, but please REGISTER so that we can be sure to accommodate everyone who is interested. Also, please bring a light snack to share. For additional information or questions email Seth Swanson (seth.swanson@montana.edu) or call 258-4205.
 
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I'm going.

Kinda stumped on the snack part ... I guess I'll take a look at the good food store on the way there.
 
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So how did this turn out? Wish I would have known about this...
 
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