Category: ethnobotany

blue nile waterlily

The blue Nile waterlily, Nymphaea caerula, was sacred to ancient Egyptians. When the lily rose from the abyss and the flower opened, its petals […]

Chia Cafe Collective at Idyllwild Arts

Once again, Craig Torres, Barbara Drake, Abe Sanchez, and Leslie Mouriquand will be teaching their wonderful week-end workshop on Native Plants at IdyllwildARTS, July […]

Seri Facepainting Cultural Exchange

The Seri/Comca’ac Womens Artisans Cooperative members prepare for the celebration and sale of their artwork at the XIPE PROJECTS Museum in Huntington Beach, CA. They […]

Seri Artisans

From XIPE PROJECTS: Greetings Friends! This is a quick note to remind you that on  Thursday, November 7, between 3PM and 9PM, Xipe Projects will host […]

Last Week for Cultural Revitalization Exhibition

The Native American Cultural Revitalization in San Diego County Exhibition closes this Friday, Nov 1. We hope you can see the installation during this […]

Cooking with Native Foods: Mesquite Flour and Desert Oregano

Cooking with Native Foods: Mesquite Flour and Desert Oregano, Oct 2013. © Paul Mirocha Tree of Life Nursery Saturday October 19, 2013 10:00 am […]