Aug 12, 2021
Join botanically inclined herbalists Howie Brounstein and Steven
Yeager as they again venture out to the lava beds in the middle
elevation zones of the Western Cascades. This time you will learn
about Ceanothus velutinus, commonly called Red Root or Sticky
Laurel. Ceanothus is not only a delicious pleasure tea and fragrant
leaf used in hydrosols, but it is also a crucial plant in our
ecosystem. It has nitrogen-fixing roots that work to correct the
nitrogen levels in our soils, especially in areas after a clear-cut
or large wildfire.
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