Plants of Southern Interior British Columbia

The southern (central) interior of British Columbia includes some of the driest and hottest parts of the province. This presentation highlights the plants of the many habitats here: semi-deserts, interior Douglas-fir forests, rolling grasslands and the subalpine. Ethnobotanical or historic uses of some plants are discussed, as well as some scientific questions.

Length: 60, 75 minutes

Series: Plants and Places

Intended Audiences: groups with interests in nature, travel, British Columbia native plants

Rates: Standard presentation rates apply.

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