WILD FOOD PRESENTATION

In this beautiful, educational and fun slide presentation, Dr. Kallas shows how to identify, harvest and prepare nutritious, delicious, and abundant edible wild plants found within walking distance of your kitchen. He also shows you features that make for effective learning in any wild food book. This presentation is a sampling of the content of […]

SAH-WAH-BE 2009 Schedule

Field Trips and Events thru September May 18 – Monday 6:30pm- University Pond; I-15 exit 47 Carpool 5:45pm from Bison on ISU campus or meet at 6:30pm in large lot north of Flying J. See early blooming native &water plants on ISU research property. May 30 – Saturday 10am – City of Rocks south of […]

Sah-Wah-Be Chapter Spring 2008 News

Please read the Sah-Wah-Be chapter section of this website for detailed write-ups on these topics and others. New Officers: A slate of officers was unanimously elected at the annual meeting April 7, with Barbara Nicholls selected to be this year’s president. Death Valley: Eighteen Native Plant Society members and friends experienced a great week in […]

SAH-WAH-BE CHAPTER NEWS

Upcoming Events April 9, 2007 – 6:00pm ANNUAL CHAPTER BUSINESS MEETING, ELECTION OF OFFICERS, FIELD TRIP PLANNING, Bamboo Gardens Buffet, 1200 Yellowstone Ave., Pocatello. April 28, 2007 – 3rd ANNUAL COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL FAIR IN POCATELLO. “CO2 + you = ?” is the theme, emphasizing ways citizens can help diminish carbon dioxide emission problems. 11am-3pm in […]

Sah-Wah-Be December newsletter

Check out the Sah-Wah-Be chapter’s December newsletter on the chapter site. Reviews of some of the highlights of the chapter’s field trips and events are featured, including a number of photos. Sah-Wah-Be chapter’s January 8, 2007, meeting will be a talk and slide show by Alissa Salmore about European gardens and architecture, in Room 204 […]