Plant Walks can be given to private groups or public organizations. They may also be tailored to suit specific desires for learning, such as botany, wild edibles, medicinal plants, wild nutrition, wildcrafting, tree identification, and more.
Botanical Surveys are for those who desire to have a detailed inventory of the plants on the land where they live. As such, it is primarily for landowners, but can also be suitable for long-term renters who wish to know the land well. Information about the plants identified (such as uses, location on the land, flowering season, etc.) will be compiled into a spreadsheet for easy access.
Botanical Sanctuaries and Medicine Trails are conservation measures that landowners and organizations can take to preserve woodland flowering plants, particularly those perennials that have cultural significance as foods and medicines. The two differ in that Botanical Sanctuaries are primarily designed for private use and pleasure, while Medicine Trails are primarily designed for public use and education.
To learn more about these distinct services, you may click on the corresponding button below.