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Nancy Turner, Ethobotanist

How are sword-ferns, whale hunting and bull kelp all connected? In this short video, Dr. Nancy Turner talks about some of the knowledge she has learned from her decades of work with coastal First Nations. The video is just one example of the intricate web of connections that our plant relatives play in coastal First Nation livelyhood. To read more about the work of Nancy Turner, read or listen to the full article  In the Land of Lost Gardens in Hakai Magazine. Many of Nancy Turner’s Books are also available to signout from the Indigenous Collection through destiny.

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