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Plants of the Mojave Desert and the Traditional Tribal Uses with Carrie Cannon

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Plants of the Mojave Desert and the Traditional Tribal Uses with Carrie Cannon

July 15 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

FREE

Although the desert may seem like a desolate landscape devoid of life, it is actually home to hundreds of unique species. Some are only visible or appear alive for a short time, others grow for hundreds of years, and many are not found anywhere else on earth. Participants will learn about the many traditional Tribal plants uses, what plant life makes North American Deserts so unique, and how the Mojave stands apart from the rest of America.

This program is cohosted by Pima County Public Library – Mission Library. This is an in-person event.

Carrie Cannon is a member of the Kiowa tribe of Oklahoma and is also of Oglala Lakota descent. She has a B.S. in Wildlife Biology, and an M.S. in Resource Management. She began working for the Hualapai Tribe of Peach Springs, Arizona in 2005 where she began the creation of an intergenerational ethnobotany program for the Hualapai community. She is currently employed as an Ethnobotanist for the Hualapai Department of Cultural Resources. She administers a number of projects promoting the intergenerational teaching of Hualapai ethnobotanical knowledge working towards preservation and revitalization to ensure tribal ethnobotanical knowledge persists as a living practice and tradition.

Details

Date:
July 15
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Cost:
FREE
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Venue

Richard Elías-Mission Library
3770 S Mission Rd
Tucson, AZ 85713 United States
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Phone:
(520) 594-5325
Website:
https://www.library.pima.gov/locations/mis/