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Native American Uses of Southern California Plants: A Botanic Walk

Native American Uses of Southern California Plants: A Botanic Walk

Course Number: BPSC 800

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This one-day workshop explores how indigenous peoples of Southern California used local plants in their daily lives. Participants will take a botanic walk around Mockingbird Canyon identifying and learning about the variety of plants used by local tribes to create useful products such as soap, brushes and cordage. Participants will have the opportunity to create projects which include a yucca utilitarian brush and cordage.

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