Discover our wild, native and medicinal plants that are growing outside our door. The wild weeds, the ones our ancestors ate who offer lessons how to be a good guest. Who are our native plants and why they are so important for our local ecology and the gifts and teachings they bring. And who are the medicines we can be growing in our gardens to make teas, salves, tinctures, incense helping us build good relationships with our living world. Practices of reciprocity where we take care of each other, honourable harvest, respect for our Mother, remembering our responsibility, and giving thanks with reverence. Handouts will be shared
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Lori Snyder is an Indigenous herbalist and educator with a deep knowledge of wild, medicinal and edible plants that grow in everyday spaces. Through Lori’s eyes, our immediate surroundings take on a new life and offer a wealth of untapped nutritional and ecological resources.