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Native Plants of the Mid-Atlantic: Medicinal and Food Applications (Virtual)
March 21 @ 7:00 pm
Native plants provide valuable shelter and food for much of our local wildlife. These plants also have exciting applications in the treatments of many physical and mental ailments. In this Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy program presented by Jerry Underhill, a practicing member of the American Herbalist Guild, we will examine the historical and traditional applications of plant-based medicines and the chemical compounds that support those uses. This program will stretch our horizons to learn more about and increase our appreciation for our native plants. Registration required.
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