Join us this Sunday May 26th, from 5pm-6:30pm for a talk with local botanist George Wooten as he walks us through our Native Plant Garden and shares his knowledge of edible and medicinal plants of the Methow.
George is a biochemist who studied pharmacognosy at University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. He was a botanist, ecologist and mapping specialist for the Forest Service and Pacific Biodiversity Institute. George teaches Botany and Ethnobotany at Wenatchee Valley College. He works with Conservation Northwest on forestry issues, wildland fires and connecting wildlife habitats.
This event is Co-Sponsored with the Okanogan Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Socieity (www.okanogannativeplants.org)
Where: Methow Valley Interpretive Center Native Garden @ TwispWorks Campus
When: Sunday May 26th, 2019, 5:00-6:30pm
Our garden is blooming and beautiful this time of year, we hope you to see you there!
Thank you for your continued interest is us,
Methow Valley Interpretive Center
DATE: Sun, May 26