Delicious wild springtime edibles!
Our four outstanding program interns are working to make a difference.
Cranberries are the jewels of coastal and mountain bogs.
Salal teaches us about endurance!
Fireweed teaches us about restoration!
Hemlock teaches us about humility!
Learn about the wonders of bigleaf maple!
Nettle reminds us to build our inner strength!
Buds swell and silvery pussy willows remind us that spring is nearly here.
People receive many gifts from cottonwood including wood and medicine.
Evergreen reminds us that we can survive this cold season!
Learn from Doug fir about how to adapt to changing environments!
Hawthorne is medicine for the heart!
Read about how salmonberry nourishes our human and non-human communities.
May's Plant-of-the-Month is a common "weed" packed with powerful medicine!
Fun and exciting trainings and events to look forward to this year
Read about Cultural Ecosystems and how it's used on GRuB's Nature Trail
Read about the Oregon Grape and its many uses as food, medicine, and dyes.
The January 2020 Plant of the Month is Red Alder - the Community Builder
Learn about Wild Strawberry from Elise Krohn
Learn about the versatile healing properties of 'Warrior Medicine'
Welcome our new staff member, Mariana Harvey!
Read about Wild Rose from Elise Krohn, Traditional Plants Program Director
Read about Cedar from Elise Krohn, Traditional Plants Program Director
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