When: Sun., Aug. 5, 7-8:30 p.m. 2012
Jack Kowiak returns to showcase the remarkable history of some common backyard plants that everyone takes for granted. You will learn about a plant that was as important to our local Native Americans as the buffalo was to the Plains Indians. We will also talk about a pesky lawn weed that our ancestors revered and cherished as the “Mother of the Herbs.” You will be amazed at the ways these plants impacted history and our lives today.
Price: Free, register