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#1 Jan-05-2014 02:19:pm

Ohelemapit
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Indigenous Plants & Native Uses in the Northeast

All the plants listed here grow along the trails of Schoolhouse Brook Park in Mansfield, Connecticut. This list was compiled specifically for a trail-side tour that described the Native American uses of local plants for food and medicine, as well as some technological and ceremonial uses. Every attempt was made to credit particular Native American Tribes with the information researched. The gathering walk follows the trails, a WOODED trail on the north side of Clover Mill Road (which follows part of the traditional Nipmuc Trail) , and a POND SIDE trail on the south side of Clover Mill Road. (Gathering walk tours were provided for the Nipmuc Indian Association of CT, and for the CT State Museum of Natural History).

Please see warning at the bottom of this list. Note: The Mansfield Parks and Recreation Department insists that no plants at Schoolhouse Brook Park are disturbed.

Source: http://www.nativetech.org/plantgath/plantgaht.htm

I have not really gone through this list as yet, so we may have to pick through it slowly between us?


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#2 Jan-05-2014 03:41:pm

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Re: Indigenous Plants & Native Uses in the Northeast

They should be eliminating the multiflora roses, like the Pinelands Conservatory not encouraging their growth. Like the article says, its a invasive species.


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#3 Jan-05-2014 03:48:pm

Ohelemapit
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Re: Indigenous Plants & Native Uses in the Northeast

NanticokePiney wrote:

They should be eliminating the multiflora roses, like the Pinelands Conservatory not encouraging their growth. Like the article says, its a invasive species.

Bindweed is the same, although I love the look of the flower.


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