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Religion, Race, and Weedy Plants

Yesterday I published a new research article titled “How Religion, Race, and the Weedy Agency of Plants Shape Rural Amazonian Home Gardens” in the latest editions of  167 more words

Amazonia

Queens of the Alps

Eryngium alpinum—the queens in our Alpine neighborhood. 8 more words

Landscape

Home Made Mescaline & Cooking Cactus at Home

The following video blogs are by me for preparing peyote, san pedro or previanius at home they are available on you tube, remember there is only 1 “Simon Roberts” on youtube so please subscribe! 12 more words

Chronolabs

Chia Cafe Collective Tule Workshop at Idyllwild Arts 2015

Tongva elder Craig Torres led a Tule workshop at an Idyllwild Summer Arts Workshop in 2015. The students made small mats out of this beautiful native plant. 97 more words

California Native Plants

Chia Cafe Collective at Idyllwild Arts

Elderberry medicine tube

Idyllwild meadow

Bedrock mortars

Barbara Drake & Petee Ramirez

Tima Lotah Llnk

Erik Greenberg

Leslie and Will Mouriquand

California Native Plants

Seri Artisans visit CSUSM

The Seri/Comcaac Artisans, Carmen, Patricia, Panchita and Diana Moreno and Raquel Hoeffer, from Desemboque on the Sea of Cortez in Sonora, Mexico, visited California State University San Marcos on 11-07-16 with Abe Sanchez and Mike Grey. 38 more words

Ethnobotany

Inspiring role models: Saalumarada Thimmakka.

It’s not often that you hear about one person who has single-handedly planted & nurtured a woodland  as service to fellow human beings & wildlife. But Saalumarada Thimmakka is one such woman & still going strong at 105 years old! 115 more words

Nature