Hosted by Cowiche Canyon Conservancy and Yakima Valley College
Location: Yakima Valley College - Glenn Anthon Hall (1001 S 16th Ave, Yakima, WA 98902) - Building 4, Room 215
Yakima Valley College - Glenn Anthon Hall (1001 S 16th Ave, Yakima, WA 98902) - Building 4, Room 215
Terri Knoke, of the Washington Native Plant Society, will describe her own personal journey into the world of native plants, especially those of the shrub steppe of the Columbia Basin. She will relate how, at the age of sixty, she fell down the rabbit hole of botany and art and into the wonderland of native plants. The desert parsleys were her downfall, and in tribute to them she will relate stories about ten species of Lomatium that live here on Cowiche Canyon Conservancy lands. How are these plants connected to fish and grapefruits? Come find out at this presentation on the diverse and fascinating genera of native plants
This event is FREE to the public.
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