Historic Plant Use

Mississippi River State Park

April 24, 2014
3:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Meeting Place: Trotting Fox Trail
Admission: Free

In the 1800s people depended on native plants to provide a wide variety of food, medicine, tools and other necessities. Many of these plants are still found on Crowley’s Ridge Today. Join a park interpreter for a leisurely walk to discover some of the many uses of our native plants. The walk is ½-mile long.

Mississippi River State Park
2955 Highway 44
Marianna, AR  72360
Ph: (870) 295-4040

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