Native Village Plants Library



"The trees are great teachers. The trees are great listeners. That is why we should meditate in their presence. The Great spirit is in every rock, every animal, every human being and in every tree. The Great Spirit has been in some trees for hundreds of years. Therefore, the trees have witnessed and heard much. The trees are the Elders of the Elders. Their spirits are strong and very healing."
Mary Hayes, Clayoqout

 

**The Business of Indian Agriculture
An online curriculum designed to help farmers and ranchers succeed in managing their businesses
http://www.firstnations.org/

**Create Leaf Rubbings
Choose a leave and use your mouse to reveal the pattern.
http://www.discovertheforest.org/

**Recommended Native Plants by State
Select a collection, browse the collection, or search the collections
http://www.wildflower.org/c

**A Silent Forest: The Growing Threat, Genetically Engineered Trees
Watch the video online.
https://www.youtube.com/

**The Pollination Game
Explore how different flowers attract different animals to pollinate them
http://www.colours.phy.cam.ac.uk

**A Look at Flower Pollination and the Significance of Bees
A website chock full of links regarding bees and pollination
http://www.kremp.com

Native Seeds Free Seed Program
Free seeds to Native People living in the Greater Southwestern region.
http://www.nativeseeds.org/

**Plant Finder
www.garden.org/

 **Zuni Harvest Dance
Arden Kucate gives background on the Zuni culture and the harvest celebration.
http://wbgu.pbslearningmedia.org/

**MEDICINAL PLANTS USED BY THE FIVE TRIBES IN INDIAN TERRITORY

The Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, Muscogees (Creeks) and Seminoles
www.aihd.ku.edu/

*National Garden Association
Youth focused grants, events, videos, projects and a wealth of information about plants.
www.garden.org/

**GMO A Go-Go
Truth about GMOs explained in animated cartoon
www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGqQV6ObFCQ&feature=youtu.be

**Branching Out for Wildlife Mega-Poster
Print out the pages and make a 5 1/2 foot tree poster!
www.nwf.org/

**Seed Giants vs. U.S. Farmers
New CFS Report Exposes Devastating Impact of Monsanto Practices on U.S. Farmers www.centerforfoodsafety.org

**KidsGardening
Free educational plant-based materials, grants, and resources
http://assoc.garden.org/

*Native American Plant Mythology
Collection of Native American plant stories from various tribes
.
www.native-languages.org/

**King Corn: Corny Corn Maze
Go through the maze to explore the world of food and get an earful of corn knowledge
http://edu.americangraduate.org/

*A Plant's-Eye History of the World
Exploring the History of 4 plants and their evolving relationships with humanity
www.pbs.org/

**Starting a Community Garden
A great resource filled with information
http://blog.cnay.org/2012/08/08/how-to-start-your-
own-community-garden.aspx

**Creating a Pollinator Garden  
Cultivate a garden, schoolyard, or few containers to provide pollinators vital oases amidst deserts of buildings and concrete.
www.kidsgardening.org/

**The Botanical Burgs
Test your knowledge of towns named after trees
http://enature.com/Articles/detail.asp?storyID=271

**Three Sisters Garden Planting & Harvest
Hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama
www.whitehouse.gov/

**Indigenous Plants & Native Uses in the NortheasT
From Native Tech
www.nativetech.org/plantgath/plantgaht.htm

**How to Win a GMO Debate
10 facts why genetically modified food is bad
www.care2.com/

**Plant Conservation Alliance
An invaluable resource of agencies and groups to help us protect, nurture, and restore our ecosystems.
www.nps.gov/plants/


**Create a dog friendly wildlife garden
Design a haven not only for wild animals but for pets as well.
www.nwf.org/

**Unique Plant Communities on  National Forests and Grasslands
www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/communities/index.shtml**

*Forest Protection Portal
Works to end deforestation, preserve old-growth forests, conserve and sustain other forests, and more
 http://forests.org/

*The Vienna Vegetable Orchestra
Just how musical can vegetables be? Ask this group who's played vegetable music in Europe and Asia.
www.gemueseorchester.org

**Native American Ethnobotany
A Database of Foods, Drugs, Dyes and Fibers of Native American Peoples, Derived from Plants.
http://herb.umd.umich.edu/

**Plant Parts 
Flashcards! Activities! Very cool and very fun games!
www.quia.com/custom/99main.html

**Just for Kids: Celebrating Wildflowers
From the U.S. Forest Service
www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/kids/index.shtml

Forest Service native Plant Materials Policy and Authorities
www.fs.fed.us/\

**Ethics and Native Plants
www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/ethics/index.shtml

**Free Butterfly Garden Seeds
www.livemonarch.com/free-milkweed-seeds.htm

**International Year of Natural Fibres 2009
Learn about natural fibers, their value to consumers, and how they sustain farmers' incomes.
www.naturalfibres2009.org/

**Gardening for Native Bees in North America   
Helps home gardeners choose flowering plants whose species will please gardener and bee alike.
www.ars.usda.gov/Main/docs.htm?docid=12050

*vPlants
Browse through various data from 90,000 plant specimens and images for over 50,000.
www.vplants.org/

**Billion Tree Campaign
A major world-wide tree planting campaign by the United Nations

www.unep.org/billiontreecampaign/

**Select a Tree
http://selectree.calpoly.edu/

**School Gardens
The history of the school gardens in America and why school gardens are making a comeback.
www.loc.gov/

**The Mystery of the Sweet Potato
What does this plant teach us about history?
www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A1984421

**Our Future Flies on the Wings of Pollinators
Background about pollination and pollinators
www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/pollinators/

*Essential oils
The art of making and using essential oils
http://wisdomoftheelders.org/program07.html

**Lunar Plant Growth Chamber
      Invites students to design chambers for growing plants on the moon.
      http://free.ed.gov/resource.cfm?resource_id=1953

**Global Biopiracy: Patents, Plants, And Indigenous Knowledge
http://topics.developmentgateway.org

K'ante ‘el – Precious Forest  
Location: Guatemala    Length: 11 min
www.archaeologychannel.org 
 

*Yakama Nation Wildlife, Range, and Vegetation Resources Management
A detailed and well-rounded website about the tribe's programs.
www.ynwildlife.org/index.htm

**International Alliance of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples of Tropical Forests
A worldwide network of organizations representing indigenous and tribal peoples living in tropical forest regions.
www.international-alliance.org/index.htm

**Matchmaker: Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest
Over 2000 mushrooms of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia
www.pfc.forestry.ca/biodiversity/matchmaker/

**Pick the Pollinator
Test your knowledge of how insects, birds and other pollinators help flowering plants flourish.
www.pbs.org/nova/flower

**Plants Used by the Wappo Indians
http://score.rims.k12.ca.us/

Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Preserving Biodiversity
Indigenous knowledge about cultivated and wild species.
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/

**Celebrating Wildflowers
www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/

**Month by Month Planting Calendar
Presents lists for each month of flowering plants that may be planted in U.S. gardens
   www.demesne.info/Garden-Help/Planting-Calendar/
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*The American Cranberry
Explores how to plant, harvest, cook, and market this round red relative of the blueberry.
www.library.wisc.edu/

**Ohio Valley Dyes
An account of some of the principal dyes employed by the North-American Indians
From the Ohio River Valley
http://memory.loc.gov/

**How Creator brought sagebrush to the desert people
A desert creation story
http://wisdomoftheelders.org/program05.html

Mexico: Chiapas Highlands: A Sense of Place
Audio file of how the arrival of GM crops is beginning to influence their lives
www.archive.org/

UCS Pharma Crop Database
Find out if pharma crops have been approved for planting in your state
http://go.ucsusa.org/

10 Steps To Better Eco-Diving In Kelp Forests
Guidelines for safe scuba diving in kelp forests
www.montereybay.noaa.gov/

Botanic Gardens
Using Biodiversity to improve human well-being [pdf]
www.bgci.org

What is Crop Diversity  
Looks at crop diversity and its importance in agriculture and food security.
www.croptrust.org/main/whatis.php

Wieslander Vegetation Type Maps & Photographs   
A collection of over 3,000 digitized photographs of natural vegetation in California
http://lib.berkeley.edu/BIOS/vtm/

The Organic Center   
Features articles and reports on subjects such as pesticides in foods, nutritional quality, antioxidants, and food safety.
www.organic-center.org

**Birch bark
Native American uses for birchbark
www.nativetech.org/brchbark/brchbark.htm

**USDA Crop Profiles
Information on production, cultural practice, and treatments of insect pests and diseases.
www.ipmcenters.org/cropprofiles

**EcoKids: Tree Planting Tips 
Tree planting tips and related activities for children. C
www.ecokids.ca/

**How Wild is Your Garden?
How much do you know about the native plants that attract wildlife?
www.enature.com/

*National Tree Trust 
NTT's mission is to act as a catalyst for local volunteer groups in growing, planting, and maintaining trees in rural communities, urban areas, and along our nation's highways. 
www.nationaltreetrust.org/

**Plants In Motion
Time-lapse photography shows science of plants.
www.educationworld.com/awards/2004/r0404-26.shtml

**Millennium Seed Bank Project [pdf]
Organizations establishing seed banks to protect the wide diversity of existing plant life
for future generations.
www.rbgkew.org.uk/msbp/

** Honoring the Land: Creating the Natural Environment at NMAI
Smithsonian.TV explorers the creation and care of the Native Landscape at the National Museum of the American Indian
http://smithsonian.tv/videos/nmai/C

** Native American Ethnobotany
A database of foods, drugs, dyes and fibers of Native American peoples, derived from plants
http://herb.umd.umich.edu/

** Schools for Chiapas
Maya Seed Saving Photo Gallery
http://schoolsforchiapas.org/Pictures_and_Sounds/seeds/

** Exploratorium: Science of Gardening
Video clips, interactives, photos, and articles about seeds, plants and gardening.
www.exploratorium.edu/gardening/index.html

** Calafate or Michay
Mapuche Medicine
www.beingindigenous.org

**Native Gardening Resources
A list of learning resources from the Eiteljorg museum
www.eiteljorg.org/ejm/ep&e.asp

**The Vegetables We Eat
Discusses seeds, specialized root systems, shoot systems, edible leaves, flowers and more.
www.wsu.edu:8080/%7Ewsherb/edpages/delicious/introduction.html

**California Wild Rice
A semi-aquatic grass that historically grew in lakes, tidal rivers and bays in water between 2 and 4 feet deep
www.cawildrice.com

**Herbicide-Resistant Horseweed in California
Now growing prolifically on irrigation canal banks, vacant lots, orchard and vineyard floors, roadsides and gardens
news.ucanr.org/newsstorymain.cfm?story=690

** National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation
Over 1,000,000,000 seeds from 5,000 species to protect them from extinction.
www.nwf.org/

* Botany
     Offers resources related to the study of earth's more than400,000 documented species of plant life.
www.nbii.gov/disciplines/botany/index.html

* Music for Dogwoods
Musicians imagine the voice of the dogwood:
www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4600468

*The Invasive Species Initiative
Terrific list of resources about invasive plants and how to manage them
http://tncweeds.ucdavis.edu/

*Native Plants & Medicine
Video Archive from the Tillie Hardwick Lecture Series
www.cimcc.org/lect.htm

*Celebrating Wildflowers Coloring Books
Featuring plants and wild flowers from the northwestern United States and the Texas hill country.  
www.nps.gov/plants/color/

*Invasive Plant Atlas of New England 
Contains images and descriptive information for the invasive and potentially invasive plants in New England
http://invasives.eeb.uconn.edu/ipane/

Noble Foundation Plant Image Gallery
The Noble Foundation Plant Image Gallery has over 600 species of plants to help students required to learn plants as a part of their studies.
www.noble.org/imagegallery/

 Eternal Seed
www.mediarights.org/search/fil_detail.php?fil_id=00723

Macrofungi of Costa Rica
Fungi, anyone?
hwww.homeworkcentral.com/k

**Tree Ring Recording
This is what it sounds like when you put tree rings on a record player.
http://www.realfarmacy.com/
 

Wild Ones
Healing the Earth with Native plants and Natural Landscapes, one yard at a time
http://www.wildones.org/

The Heritage Project: Ethnobotany
The annual project by Barona Indian Charter School 7th-8th graders.
http://baronamuseum.com/

10 Fruits and Vegetables You Can Plant Once And They Keep Coming Back
www.healthy-holistic-living.com/

First Nations Nurture Native Seeds
Watch the Public Service Announcement https://www.youtube.com

Plant Neighbors
Know what animals and plants share your backyard? Check out the eNature zip guide!
www.enature.com

PLANT DYES AND THEIR HISTORY
Different plant dye sources and their natural and historical contexts
http://www1.umn.edu/

**Native American Plant Mythology
www.native-languages.org

Dave Morris, Ethnobotanist
In this video profile, ethnobotanist Dave Morris studies how native peoples in Arizona gathered plant materials for buildings, utilitarian objects, and spiritual uses. http://wbgu.pbslearningmedia.org/c

**Svalbard  Global Seed Vault
Ensuring that the genetic diversity of the world’s food crops is preserved for future generations
www.regjeringen.no/

**Living Maya Time
Sun, corn, and the calendar
http://maya.nmai.si.edu/

**Broad-Leaved Cattail
Natives used these plants for foods, baskets, mats, beds, and more
http://plants.usda.gov

**The Common Elderberry
An important plant to Native peoples
http://plants.usda.gov/plantguide/pdf/cs_sanic4.pdf

**Wild Edible Plants of the Pacific Northwest
http://quizlet.com/

**ENature Zip Guides
Learn what animals and plants, including endangered species, share your backyard!
www.enature.com/zipguides/

The Health Benefits of Purifying HousePlants
A List of plants for a healthier home
The Health Benefits of Purifying House Plants

**NoNAIS.org
Protect Traditional Rights to Farm
http://nonais.org/

iPlant Collaborative
Empowering a New Plant Biology
www.iplantcollaborative.org/

**Culturally Significant Plants
www.nrcs.usda.gov

**Native American Cordage
How American Indians prepared plant and animal fibers for making ropes and cords. An animated demonstration of thigh-spinning is included.
www.nativetech.org/cordage/ 

**The Life of the Flowers
Flowers are filmed for two days and photos are collated to get this magical effect.

http://player.vimeo.com/video/27920977?title=0&%3bbyline=0&%3bportrait=0href=

**Foraging, Wildcrafting Medicine, and Primitive Living Skills
Wild and traditionally-prepared foods, herbal medicine, nutritional healing,
www.arthurhaines.com/foraging.html

**Medicinal Plants of the Potawatomi
www.manataka.org/page50.html

**Toxic and Non Toxic Plants
Protect your pets and other animals.
www.aspca.org/toxicplants

**Leaf Snap
Electronic field guides for mobile apps to help identify tree species from photographs of their leaves.
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/leafsnap/id430649829?mt=8

**Medicinal Plants of the Potawatomi
www.manataka.org/page50.html

 **A Capsule History of Tobacco 
After  European invasion of the Americas, tobacco became an international craze.
www.tobacco.org/History/Tobacco_History.html

**Health and Healing:
Indigenous ways of developing a relationship with the plant world and native herbalists' lifetime commitment to herbal medicine.
http://wisdomoftheelders.org/program01.html

*Genetically Modified Food: A Growing Debate
Should genetically-modified food be considered l "frankenfood?" Chances are, you're eating it.
http://archives.cbc.ca/lifestyle/food/topics/1597/

**Pollinators
www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/pollinators/index.shtml

**Collecting Native Seeds
www.fs.fed.us/

*Historic Native American Garden at UC Davis
View a slideshow about the garden, including historic photos
http://ucdavismagazine/issues/fall09/garden_slideshow/.

**Edible Flowers
www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/hil/hil-8513.html

**Gardeners Guide to Global Warming
Will your state's plants and trees be affected by Global Warming?

www.nwf.org/gardenersguide/

Noxious Weed Coloring Book
Noxious Weeds are Everybody's Problem!
http://govdocs.evergreen.edu/

**Conserving Indigenous Biocultural Heritage
Defends indigenous rights to genetic resources, traditional knowledge and landscape character in Peru
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NativeShare

**The Culture of Tobacco in 17th- and 18th-Century Europe
Significant collections relating to the history of tobacco
 www.nypl.org/

**USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map
Interactive document shows minimum temperature zones in the United States, Canada, and Mexico
www.usna.usda.gov/Hardzone

**America The Beautiful
A beautiful artistic rendering of each State's wildflowers
www.jacquielawson.com/viewcard.asp?code=1221321706636&source=jl999

**Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
Inspires people to live in harmony with the natural world by fostering love, appreciation, and understanding of the Sonoran Desert.
www.desertmuseum.org/

**Vanilla
Vanilla is a flavoring extract made from the bean of an orchid plant, also called vanilla, that are indigenous to Mesoamerica.
www.kporterfield.com

**Arboretum Plant Photo Gallery: Fall Foliage   
Includes photos, explains the science of autumn leaf color, lists plants that provide colorful autumn leaves.
:www.usna.usda.gov/PhotoGallery/FallFoliage/]

California Wildflowers
From the Bureau of Land Managaement
www.blm.gov/

*Traditional Herbal &Plant Knowledge, Identifications
www.kstrom.net/isk/food/plants.html

**Edible Fungi
   A list of mushrooms that are generally considered edible for most people.
  www.mykoweb.com/CAF/edible.html

* Brooklyn Botanic Gardens
Documents the flora in all counties within a 50-mile radius of New York City.
www.bbg.org/sci/nymf/index.html

* The Human Flower Project
Newssource, photo album, weblog and  discussion of flowers in human culture.
www.humanflowerproject.com/

**The Poinsettia Pages
History, lore, facts and figures, selection, and tips for caring  for poinsettia plants.
www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/poinsettia/

**Shade Grown Cacao
The role played by shade trees in cacao plantations of providing habitats for migratory birds.
http://nationalzoo.si.edu/

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*Invasive, Exotic, Aquatic and Wetland Plants in the Western United  States
Descriptions,  images, and information about plants that cause problems in wetlands in the western U.S.
  www.wapms.org/plants/

*Lewis & Clark as Naturalists
Flora & fauna as described by the explorers during their journey across America in 1804-6. 
      http://web4.si.edu/lewisandclark/index

*Gathering activities of the fall season
As told by Judy Bluehorse Skelton
http://wisdomoftheelders.org/program03.html

*tobacco: past, present, and future
Tobacco grew naturally in what is now known as the Americas. It wasn't until 1492 that tobacco was introduced to Europe.
http://scienceu.fsu.edu/content/tobaccohistory/

*Native Seeds/SEARCH
Works to protect crop biodiversity and to celebrate cultural diversity.
www.nativeseeds.org/v2/default.php

CITES.org
Ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival
www.cites.org/

*Midewin National Tall grass Prairie
The first national tallgrass prairie features a Midewin prairie timeline, bibliography, and more
www.openlands.org/midewin/timeline.html

*Invasive Plant List Wallet Card
Find out if a particular plant is right for your part of the country
http://nature.org/magazine/summer2004/invasives/

The ANcient Forest Roadshow
Information about our ancient forests and the government's policies which destroy them
www.forestroadshow.org/

Bibliography of Dendrochronology
An archive of printed documents relevant to tree-ring research worldwide
http://www01.wsl.ch/dendrobiblio

First Arbor Day
On April 10, 1872, Nebraskans celebrated the first Arbor Day by planting more than a million trees
www.americaslibrary.gov/c

*United Plant Savers
Protects native medicinal plants and habitat of the United States and Canada,
www.plantsavers.org/

*Methuseluh Tree
The oldest living thing on earth-- a bristle cone pine in California's White Mountains that is nearly 5,000 years old.
http://pbs.org/nova/methuselah/

*Native Seeds
Promotes the use of ancient crops and their wild relatives by gathering, safeguarding, and distributing their seeds.
www.nativeseeds.org/

Discover Life
Free on-line tools to identify species, both plants and animals.
 www.discoverlife.org

*The Fungus Among Us
A virtual museum explores the unseen mycelia of thousands of species of fungi
  www.virtualmuseum.ca//

* Summer Season Plants
Judy Bluehorse Skelton tells how she follows the plants through the seasons,
http://wisdomoftheelders.org/program06.html

* Appropriate Use of Sacred Tobacco
Downloadable posters
www.ncidc.org/tupe/downloads.htm

Taheebvu Chadi
Judy Trejo, Northern Paiute and Pitt River Indian healer, shares her relationship with her great grandmother who was a healer.
http://wisdomoftheelders.org/program01.html

*  Alien Plants on Hawaii's Native Biota
From the University of Hawaii:
www.botany.hawaii.edu

* Corn...The Beginning
Indians in central Mexico developed corn from a wild grass over 7,000 years ago!
www.kycorn.org/

* Tobacco timeline
Experts believe the tobacco plant, as we know it today, begins growing in the Americas around 6000 BC.
www.tobacco.org/

Cultivating Canadian Gardens
Begins with the earliest recorded information on the plantings of the Hurons who had been tending their crops long before Europeans arrived in North America 
www.nlc-bnc.ca/garden/

Hot Potatoes
The "number one crop disease in the world today, "late blight," and how it's affecting the Peruvian Andes-the place where edible potatoes were first cultivated
www.kcts.org/productions/hotpotatoes/

The Foliage Network
www.foliagenetwork.com/

Historic Tree Nursery
A website to buy offspring from Historic trees, including American Elm (Chief Logan) , Pecan (Indian Marker), and Redbud(Trail of Tears)
www.historictrees.org/

Curtis Botanical Magazine
Students of all ages can access research antique (1787-1807) illustrations of native plant species from around the world.  
www.nal.usda.gov/curtis/

Multipurpose Mesquite
A popular plant with desert-dwelling Native Americans, the mesquite tree produces edible beans as well as roots, bark and wood good for multiple uses.    Video format :-)    
http://pbs-afg.virage.com

Michigan 4-H Garden Tour 
This ambitious project by Michigan State University and Michigan 4-H Children's Garden features a North American Indian garden.
http://4hgarden.msu.edu/kidstour/tour.html

Ancient Agave Cultivation
Evidence suggests that agave plants were cultivated in Arizona by pre-Columbian peoples for the use of their fibers. Video format :-) 
http://pbs-afg.virage.com/v

The Plants of the Discovery 
The second great food revolution occurred when Christopher Columbus and his successors, brought from America to Europe. 
http://museum.agropolis.fr/

On the Trail of the Sagueso Cactus
The fact that sagueso cactuses were discovered growing far from their native climate proves that the Seri people had brought them there for food. Video format :-) 
http://pbs-afg.virage.com/

Native American Healing in the 21st Century
This video traces ancient healing methods of American Indians, discusses the invaluable contributions they made to our early frontier medical heritage, and shows how many of these same healing plants...
www.mediarights.org/

Plants For A Future - Database Search
www.ibiblio.org/pfaf/D_search.html

The Eastern Native Seed Conservancy, endeavors to preserve rare genetic stock and in so doing is able to offer the public a sampling of true rarity 
Eastern Native Seed Conservancy
www.enscseeds.org/

Pack up your gear, venture into this online forest, and explore ideas about nature!
Fantastic Forest 
www.nationalgeographic.com/forest/
Which of America's many trees would you choose for our national symbol?
Vote here!    
The National Arbor Day Foundation - We Help People Plant and Care for Trees 
www.arborday.org/
 Start a new garden or update your current gardening areas!
GardenGuides - Come Garden With Us 
www.gardenguides.com/

In a Garden
Click on a button and watch your garden grow!
www.environmentaldefense.org/ 

Pumpkin  Nook
 Everything you could possibly EVER want to know about pumpkins
http://members.aol.com/ezpumpkin/

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