Canadian Forest Service Publications

Aboriginal plant use in Canada’s northwest boreal forest (PAPERBACK). Reprinted edition. 2012. Marles, R.J.; Clavelle, C.; Monteleone, L.; Tays, N.; Burns, D. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Northern Forestry Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, UBC Press, Vancouver, British Columbia. 256 p. (includes: 200 color illustrations).

Year: 2008

Issued by: Northern Forestry Centre

Catalog ID: 18246

Language: English

Availability: This is a priced publication

Price: $25.95

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Abstract

This book describes how the Cree, Dene, and Metis people living in Canada’s northwest boreal forest region have traditionally used plants as food, medicines, and materials for handicrafts, technology, and ritual practices. It includes more than 200 plants and is the result of ethnobotanical fieldwork in 29 communities in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta.

Also available under the title:
Aboriginal plant use in Canada’s northwest boreal forest (HARD COVER). Reprinted edition. OUT OF STOCK. (English)