Presenter Bio: Linwood Tall Bull is from the Northern Cheyenne Nation in Montana. He is an ethnobotanist and cultural consultant for Chief Dull Knife College and a Dog Soldier Society Headsman. He currently serves on the Elderly Advisory Board at the Brinton Museum in Big Horn, Wyoming. Linwood is also the Chairman of the Medicine Wheel Alliance of the Big Horn Mountains.
Hike Description: Linwood Tall Bull will lead a small group on a hike along Cyclone Creek near Red Lodge, Montana. On this two-hour educational hike, he will share plant stories and their uses. He will also share the relationship of the Cheyenne people to all things the Creator placed on earth. The group may also gather chokecherries, tea leaves, and turnips if available.
Meeting Time and Location: Saturday, July 30, 9:00 AM, US Forest Service Beartooth Ranger Station Parking Lot
Location on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/mK1u8BkprWXotaTt6
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