NATIVE PLANTS OF THE ARIZONA STRIP AND THEIR USES

  • Pipe Spring National Monument, 14 miles west of Fredonia, AZ, on Hwy 389.
Presented By: Pipe Spring National Monument

NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCE TALKS AND DEMONSTRATIONS
Location: Pipe Spring National Monument, 14 miles west of Fredonia, AZ, on Hwy 389.
Cost: Regular entrance fees apply: $10.00/adult 16 and over. Free with the following National Park Service Passes: Interagency Annual, Senior, Access, Military, or 4th grade passes.

Description: Pipe Spring National Monument continues its series of natural and cultural resource talks and demonstrations, focusing on the history of the Kaibab Band of Southern Paiutes and Mormon settlers in the unique environment of the Arizona Strip.

NATIVE PLANTS OF THE ARIZONA STRIP AND THEIR USES
Sunday, May 12th 9 AM – 10 AM Arizona Time
(10 AM – 11 AM Utah Time)

Sit with a ranger and learn about the native plants of the Arizona Strip and how Native peoples used them for food, clothing, and to make the everyday items they needed to survive.

For additional information about this event:

Event Contact Name: Tara Wilson

Event Contact Phone: (928) 643-7105 ext. 230

Event Contact Email: Tara_Wilson@nps.gov

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