Stewarding Native People Through Native Foods – Na’ah Illahee Fund, Native Food Systems Initiative

Guest Blogger: Lindsay Goes Behind Na’ah Illahee Fund’s partnership with King Conservation District has allowed over 35 Seattle area Native community members including 7 families and their children to steward through an entire growing season, 3 garden beds which produced multiple varieties of squash, beans, corn, potatoes, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, kale, cucumbers, tomatoes in addition … Continued

Beaked Hazelnut – Native Plant Sale Spotlight

Beaked Hazelnut Corylus cornuta Beaked hazelnut has slightly hairy leaves that turn yellow in the fall. The soft quality of the leaves helps to differentiate this shrub/tree from another native tree relative in the Pacific Northwest, Red Alder (Alnus rubra). Beaked hazelnut leaves are deciduous and alternate on the stem. The serrated ovate shaped leaves … Continued

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