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Wed, Aug 18


Location is TBD

Uses of Plants: Ethnobotany

Local expert, Julia Pinnix, will take us on a short hike and educate us on the uses of local plants.

Uses of Plants: Ethnobotany
Uses of Plants: Ethnobotany

Time & Location

Aug 18, 2021, 9:00 AM

Location is TBD

About the Event

Julia Pinnix was raised in national parks, started school in northern Virginia, finished high school in Olympia, WA, and went to college in Bellingham, WA.  While in college, she worked summers for the US Forest Service in Alaska, moving up to Alaska after graduating to work for the National Park Service, US Fish and Wildlife Service, private wildlife tour companies, and as a back country kayak guide.  She has lived much of her life in areas that still hold their natural large predators.  She is currently the Visitor Services Manager for Leavenworth Fisheries Complex.   The Plan We will head out on a 2-3 miles hike with varied terrain and little to no elevation gain.  Along the way, Julia will explain to us how to identify certain plants and their uses.     What to bring? A Day Pack containing the following items: Small Notebook & Pen/Pencil Proper dress for the weather, layers are always wise. Sunglasses, sunscreen, mosquito spray, a hat Sack Lunch, Snacks & Water Hiking Boots or shoes suitable for varied surfaces Hiking Poles (recommended)

Drop in: $50

**Drop-In Registration is limited based on PVAW Summer Registrants' ability to attend events. Drop-In registration opens one week prior to events.

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