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Environmental/Cultural Workshops Open to All


The Kahnawà:ke Environment Protection Office is hosting two presentations on Friday, April 25th.

The EMERALD ASH BORER, a highly destructive insect from Asia is killing North American ash trees. Learn how this will affect the Haudenosaunee people and culture from Richard David & Peggy Pyke-Thompson.

The MEDICINAL PLANT PROJECT identifies and promotes uses of medicinal plants to encourage knowledge of traditional healing. Learn how medicines strengthen relationships and increase communication with Presentations by: Peggy Pyke-Thompson, Chris Craig & Julia Sutton.

Both presentations will take place Friday, April 25th in the Okwari Room at KSCS from 9:30am to 12pm.

This event is open to all. Call the Environment Office at 635-0600 to sign up.

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