RBCM@outside with Dr. Nancy Turner

by Liz Crocker

On May 20, 2020, Dr. Nancy Turner led us through a virtual plant walk on Protection Island, British Columbia during an RBCM@outside program. View the program here. Explore ‘A Plant Walk on Protection Island’ by Dr. Turner and Native Plants of the South Coast on the Learning Portal.

Royal BC Museum books by Dr. Turner:
Food Plants of Interior First Peoples
Food Plants of Coastal First Peoples
Plant Technologies of First Peoples in BC
Saanich Ethnobotany (with Dr. Richard Hebda)

Native Plants on the South Coast
Learning about native plants can connect us to the places we live. Studying First Peoples’ uses of plants can teach us which native berries are edible and which are not.
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