Tony Baker: Ethnobotany – March 1, 2021
General Meeting – March 1, 2021
Ethnobotany of Coastal Southern California:
Historical Uses of Native Plants
Join us for a presentation by Tony Baker showcasing many of the local plants and diverse habitats that sustained an indigenous population for thousands of years along our coastal regions from a botanical and historical perspective.
Shown below is Toyon (Heteromeles arbutifolia), instantly recognizable for its bright red winter berries. Learn about indigenous peoples’ uses of this plant and others during Tony’s talk.
Location and Time
The meeting starts at 7:30. Generally, someone will be present prior to the start time to let you in.
This meeting is via Zoom. Look to your email for invitation. Contact us to be added to the invitation list.