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Upcoming Lecture – Plants & People: The Ethnobotany of David Douglas

Upcoming Lecture – Plants & People: The Ethnobotany of David Douglas

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Plants & People: The Ethnobotany of David Douglas, 1825-1833

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 at 6:30PM
STRAUB ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
1320 A ST. NE, SALEM

Award-winning natural history author to lecture on the ethnobotany of the Pacific Northwest…

Jack Nisbet, noted author and educator, will give a talk, “Plants & People: The Ethnopbotany of David Douglas, 1825-1833,” on February 10, at 6:30 pm at the Straub Environmental Center in Salem. A book signing with the author will follow the presentation. This lecture is sponsored by the Native Plant Society, Willamette Valley Chapter, in partnership with the David Douglas Society. The Straub Environmental Center is located at 1320 A Street NE, Salem, Oregon 97301. This event is free and open to the public. For additional information, visit: www.npsoregon.org/chapters/wv.htmlor www.DavidDouglasSociety.org.

About the Presenter
Jack Nisbet is a writer, educator and naturalist based in Spokane, Washington. He has authored numerous books on the human and natural history of the Inland and Pacific Northwest, including David Douglas: A Naturalist at Work and The Collector: David Douglas and the Natural History of the Northwest, which was named a 2010 Book of the Year by the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association. Nisbet’s next project, a collection of essays titled Ancient Places, will appear in spring 2015.

“Plants & People: The Ethnobotany of David Douglas, 1825-33”
During his time in the Northwest, Scottish naturalist David Douglas paid close attention to how the native people he met incorporated plants into every aspect of their daily lives. Wherever he traveled, he tasted food, tested fishnets, purchased textiles, and asked endless questions. This slide presentation will compare what he recorded with what we see in our regional landscape today.

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