Join us at the PLIC for another talk with a local author! This September, herbalist and native plant advocate Dara Saville will take us on a tour of New Mexico's public lands discussed in her book, The Ecology of Herbal Medicine: Plants and Living Landscapes of the American Southwest.
The talk will be 4-6 p.m. at the Public Lands Information Center, 301 Dinosaur Trail Santa Fe, NM. Contact the PLIC at (505)954-2002 for more information. You can RSVP or see more details on the Event Page here.
Dara is an author, herbalist, geographer, mother, and native plant advocate in Albuquerque. She is the founder of Albuquerque Herbalism, a long-standing bioregional herbal studies program, and the executive director of the Yerba Mansa Project, a nonprofit organization focused on native plant restoration and environmental education along the Middle Rio Grande. Dara is also the author of the University of New Mexico Press book, The Ecology of Herbal Medicine: A Guide to Plants and Living Landscapes of the American Southwest. She is currently a PhD student in Geography and Environmental Studies through a joint program at UNM and NMSU.
Learn more about Dara at her website.