In this episode, we’re sitting down with Rose Bear Don’t Walk, ethnobotanist and Ph.D. student at the University of Montana. Rose and I have such a fun conversation discussing so many topics like her childhood, how she discovered ethnobotany and why she, as a Salish woman, felt it was her calling to restore her people’s traditional food, and how you, no matter where you’re located in the world, can develop a stronger connection to your land.
I hope you all are ready to feel super inspired and a whole lot more connected to our planet after listening to today’s conversation!
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