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Wildflower Walk Shows Off Medicinal Plant and an Edible Containing Cyanide
Sunday, June 2, 2024

Yarrow can be a good wildflower to seek out should you skin your knee while hiking. This lovely plant with a thousand fuzzy soft leaflets can stop bleeding and heal wounds. Learn about this plant, as well as chokecherry, scarlet gilia, serviceberry and wyethia, or yellow mule’s ear, when Eye on Sun Valley’s Karen Bossick takes you wildflower hunting with Lisa Horton, a longtime member of the Wood River Chapter of the Idaho Native Plant Society.

Hiking and Biking the Continental Divide

Sacajawea’s Opera Boasts Native American Sign Language and Oral Language

Jazz in the Park Features Six Groups




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