Arnica Artist Run Centre is proud to announce a hike up Mt. Lolo led by anthropologist Dr. Marianne Ignace. During the walk, Dr. Ignace will discuss the cultural ecology of the Interior Plateau and point out some important edible plants of the Secwepemc people.
When: Sunday June 6 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Where: Meet at the Simon Fraser University portables at the Kamloops Indian Band, from there we will car-pool. Drivers should have sturdy vehicles with good brakes and have appropriate insurance.
Wear appropriate clothing for the weather (It is cooler at higher elevations), sturdy shoes, and no perfume. Bring snacks, lunch and water.
This walk is limited to 15 people and so pre-registration is essential by email at: It is now full.
We are on Secwepemc Territory . The knowledge belongs to the people.
This event is part of Arnica Artist Run Centre’s project Produce/Produce: Examining Urban Sustainability.
Arnica Artist Run Centre gratefully acknowledges the support of the Government of British Columbia, BC Arts Council, Kamloops Arts Council, Thompson Rivers University’s Community-University Research Alliance and Centre for Innovation in Culture and the Arts in Canada and the city of Kamloops.