Lorén Spears, Narragansett, and Executive Director of Tomaquag Museum, will share the historical and contemporary uses of Indigenous plants including edible, medicinal, spiritual and utilitarian. A virtual walk through time and place, Nahahiganseck. This program is offered free to the public courtesy of the URI Master Gardener Program. If interested, please attend this session live as it will not be recorded per instructor preference.
Lorén M. Spears, Narragansett, Executive Director of Tomaquag Museum, holds a Master’s in Education and received a Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa, from the University of Rhode Island. She is an author, artist and shares her cultural knowledge with the public through museum programs. She has written curriculum, poetry, and narratives published in a variety of publications such as Dawnland Voices, An Anthology of Indigenous Writing of New England; Through Our Eyes: An Indigenous View of Mashapaug Pond; The Pursuit of Happiness: An Indigenous View and From Slaves to Soldiers: The 1st Rhode Island Regiment in the American Revolution. Recently, she co-edited a new edition of A Key into the Language of America by Roger Williams.
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Tuesday, November 17 at 7:00pm to 8:00pmVirtual Event
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