Plants at War

Join us this Veteran's Day Weekend to learn something new about our connection to common native and garden plants.

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Join us this Veteran’s Day Weekend to learn something new about our connection to common native and garden plants.

It may surprise you to learn that botany and horticulture played an important role in both World War I and World War II. From victory gardens to milkweed drives, this indoor presentation will examine how plants have helped us mobilize for victory, heal the sick, and spread a message of peace.

Due to the subject matter, this presentation is not appropriate for children under 13.

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Jen Graham

Adult Program Coordinator

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