Ethnobotany in the

Santa Monica Mountains

Participants 18 & older

This course is designed for outdoor educators to learn more about traditional plant use in the Santa Monica Mountains. Participants will gain knowledge of wild edibles, medicinal plants, and Chumash traditions and relationships to local flora. Participants will practice plant identification and will leave the course confident in their ability to deliver ethnobotanical knowledge to children.

Topics covered: wild edibles, medicinal plants, plant identification, Chumash traditions

Instructor: Rob Remedi

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