We connect people with plants, local landscapes, and cultural traditions.

Our work includes:

  • Convening groups of experts to creative innovative educational resources.
  • Hosting trainings, internships, and community classes
  • Providing technical assistance to schools, organizations, and others.
  • Stewarding models of ecosystem gardens

Plant Teachings for Growing Social-Emotional Skills

Plant Teachings for Growing Social-Emotional Skills is a toolkit on how plants can lead us in being healthy and resilient. It includes a book, plant teaching cards, movement videos, and activities, and is especially useful for mental health workers, educators, and community members who are exploring behavioral health skills that are rooted in the land and Coast Salish culture. Please watch our training video before accessing materials!

Tend, Gather, Grow Curriculum

Tend, Gather and Grow is a K-12 curriculum that focuses on native and naturalized plants of the Pacific Northwest region. Through hands-on activities, students explore themes in wild food traditions, herbal medicine, plant technologies, cultural ecosystems, and tree communities. Northwest Native American plant knowledge and stories are woven throughout the curriculum. Please watch our training video before accessing materials!

Wild Foods & Medicines Free Resources

We hope this information supports you in building meaningful relationships with plants, local places, and community.  Looking for upcoming teacher trainings? Find them on our Events page.

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