Woodland plants

Tuesday, April 5, 2022 12:00to13:00
Redpath Museum 859 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0C4, CA
Bloodroot Mont Royal
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This in -person outdoor workshop for undergraduate students at McGill University focusses on wild plants on the nearby slopes of Mont Royal. You will discover many different kinds of edible leaves, roots and shoots, as well as some woodland ephemerals.

***Please bring a valid McGill ID card as it will be required when assembling to depart***

Led by the outdoor educators from Coyote Program, and co-facilitated with Jacky Farrell from the Faculty of Science; this outdoor activity will take place in accordance with the applicable COVID Health and Safety directives if still required :

  1. All participants will wear a face mask for the duration of the activity.
  2. All participants will maintain a physical distance of 1meter between each other during the duration of the activity.
  3. All participants will adhere to the hand-sanitation guidelines as necessary.
  4. No food or snacks will be eaten during the workshop.
  5. Museum will supply hand sanitizers and position them at the entrance of the check-in point to be the lobby of the Faculty of Education building located at 3700 McTavish St. All participants will sign in at this Check-in point.
  6. Museum will supply and post the necessary bilingual signage about preventative measures for the activity and post them at the check-in site.
  7. Staff organizers will review all safety protocols verbally with the workshop participants as they assemble at the check-in site.
  8. The vaccine passport will be mandatory and will be verified by McGill staff.

Eligible participants : Maximum of 20 undergraduate McGill students. First come first served.

This event is weather dependent. We will cancel and notify all registrants 12 hours in advance if the forecast predicts unsuitable weather.

Advance registration required here

Land Acknowledgement

McGill University is on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. We acknowledge and thank the diverse Indigenous peoples whose presence marks this territory on which peoples of the world now gather.

The Redpath Museum's director EDI statement.

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