20 Apr

9:30am - 5:00pm

Drop-in at her information table through the day as well!

Join special guest Ethnobotanist and Educator Sandra Walker for plant focused engaging programming this weekend!

 

Specialty Drop-In programming day:

Join Ethnobotanist, Archeologist, Author, and Educator Sandra Walker this Saturday & Sunday to learn more about ethnobotany, native plants, and other connections to the ecology all around us

Saturday April 20 – schedule:

9:30 a.m. – Site Opens (trails open, scavenger hunts, and self guided)
10:00 a.m. Guide’s Choice – interpretive program (indoor or outdoor)
11:00 a.m.Plant Walk and info table with Sandra Walker
• 1:00 p.m.Powwow Style Dance presentation – Curtis Peeteetuce
2:30 p.m.Plant Walk and info table with Sandra Walker
3:30 p.m.Traditional Games Drop In program
5:00 p.m. – full site (including trails and playground) CLOSED

 

Self Guided opportunities through the day (trails, exhibits, galleries)

Sandra Walker

Ethnobotanist Archeologist Educator Author

Sandra Walker is an accomplished ethnobotanist and educator who has spent her life first learning about wild foods and plants and then teaching others about them. Born in Hamilton, she kindled her interest wild plants when planting trees in Northern Canada and cooking on a solar stove in the wilderness with her husband. Sandra has worked as an educator in Saskatchewan for major local nature centres, school systems and as a presenter at Wanuskewin.

Sandra has a double honours degree in Archaeology/Anthropology and fine arts from the University of Saskatchewan. She is a nature columnist and author of several publications and educational plans. She lives with her husband and two adult sons in Saskatoon.

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