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Native Plants of Phoenix Farm, Seen Through Indigenous Eyes

May 18, 2019 @ 6:00 am - 11:00 am

$20.00

Native Plants of Phoenix Farm, Trough Creek Valley,
Seen Through Indigenous Eyes

10AM – 3PM

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Phoenix Farm
19290 Cooks Road
Cassville, PA 16623

We will walk the unceded land of the Juniata, Tuscarora, Susquehanna, and Haudenosaunee Five Nations people, with agroforesters Trella Dubetz and Jon Delson. We will gather to learn and honor the land and plants that sustained the First Nations People and their families for eons. Among these plants are trees shrubs and forbs that can still provide us all with food, medicine, dyes, cordage, and materials for shelter, clothing and basketry.

The agroforesters will also share their reclamation plans for the family farm to become a center for ecological and spiritual restoration – beginning with working with the DCNR to enhance the streamside buffer by planting native edible and medicinal plants.

Things to bring:

• Water bottles
• Coffee, if desired
• Lunch (no lunches will be provided)
• Sturdy shoes/muck boots
• Camp/bag chairs
• Note pad/pen
• Rain gear (workshop will be held rain or shine)
• Insect/tick repellent

Registration is $20 for the workshop — cash or check only and payable upon arrival at Phoenix Farm

However registration is limited to 20 participants, so please RSVP to trcoulter@pa.gov by May 15th

**** Detailed directions and updated materials will be provided upon registration ****

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Date: Sat, May 18, 2019

Time: 6:00 am - 11:00 am

Cost: $20.00


Event Category: Community Calendar