Coast Salish Harvesting and Crafts - Jane Goodall

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Coast Salish Harvesting and Crafts

Map pinVictoria, British Columbia

Students will work together to harvest native plants (stinging nettle, wild mint, licorice fern, oregon grapes, salal) to make tea, preserves and salve. They will connect with with the land and ancestors by making dreamcatchers with community members and indigenous role models on WSANEC territory.

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Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots

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Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots began in 1991 when Dr. Jane met with 12 Tanzanian high school students who wanted to tackle urgent problems in their community. Since that meeting, Roots & Shoots groups have multiplied many times over and can now be found in more than 50 countries around the world. Wherever there’s a group, young people are making change that benefits animals, people and the environment.

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