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Roots to Healing

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Botanical illustration of the cannabis plant.This exhibit examines the intersection of culture, medicinal plants, and current research. It invites viewers to consider the value of ten plants that have taken root in Minnesota. These include the commonplace plantain, the rare Lady’s Slipper orchid, and the controversial Cannabis.
The College of Biological Sciences Conservatory has organized this exhibit.

Exhibit details

What: Roots to Healing: A Brief Survey of the Past, Present, and Future of Plant-Based Remedies in Minnesota
When: January 8 through April 30, 2019
Where: Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, Skyway Gallery and Andersen Horticultural Library

Karen Carmody-McIntosh

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