Wander around the Methow Valley Interpretive Center’s Native Plant Garden and hear about the many medicinal and edible uses of the plants we find there. We will meet on April 29, from 11 am until 12:30. Space is limited to 12. Reserve your spot by contacting the trip leaders. Rosalee & Xavier de la Forêt firstname.lastname@example.org or 997-0545. This event is free, donations to the Methow Valley Interpretive Center are encouraged.
Our MissionOur mission is to create, fund and operate an interpretive center that recognizes the pre-European native inhabitants and portrays the geology and natural history of the Methow Valley.
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