Native Peoples and Plants with New Mettle Farms
Cesar Chavez Central Library
Tuesday, Nov. 20, 4:00 p.m.
Children will be introduced to America’s first land stewards, Native Americans. Being a steward of the land is an integral part of Native American culture. Using stories and building tribal traditions, native peoples identified plants, their uses, their growth habits, their habitats, and even planned continuation strategies to assure a balanced ecological food web. Join us as we explore traditional Native American land stewardship techniques including an activity highlighting the necessary skill of making rope.
Recommended for students in grades 3-6.
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