may, 2018

11may6:30 pm8:30 pmNight at the MuseumHistory of Foraging and Growing Culinary and Medicinal Plants in the Flagstaff AreaPioneer Museum

Event Details

The Flagstaff area flora has been a source of food and medicine for residents since prehistoric times. Settlers attempting to grow non-native plants found challenges here with our high elevation, short growing season, and limited water.

Join Pioneer Museum’s volunteer gardener Martha Murphy as she discusses the history of foraging and growing culinary and medicinal plants in northern Arizona. Martha will provide tips on growing and storing a variety of edibles.

BEER AND WINE will be available. RSVP Please!

Additional time info:

We will start out behind the main museum building in the Gregg Cabin and may explore the museum grounds.


(Friday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm


Pioneer Museum

3901 W Pioneer Rd.

Arizona Historical Society