Native Medicinal Prairie Plants

photo by Paul Goebel

Dr. Kelly Kindscher

Kelly Kindscher, Senior Scientist/Professor at Kansas Biological Survey/Environmental Studies Programs will present an overview of the Native Medicinal Plant Research Program at KU and will discuss how it got started, what the goals have been, what has been accomplished. Discussion will specifically address some of the wild plants that have been most interesting to him including bush morning glory, echinacea, and wild tomatillos.

Program at the Dreher Building at the K-State Research and Extension Douglas County Office located at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, 2110 Harper, Lawrence, KS. Presentation 10-11:30am. Open to the Public.

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