VSAR 440 – Response to “What Happens When Native People Lose Their Traditional Foods?” by Deborah Small on the KCET website & Video: Decolonizing the Diet, on the KCET website: with Chia Cafe Collective”

The article¬†“What Happens When Native People Lose Their Traditional Foods?” was a very insightful reading because I never really thought about native foods and how they are apart of our culture and history. The reading goes on to talk about how the native people have continued to keep the native farming/ agriculture ways/ techniques alive…

VSAR 440- Pechanga

Last Monday we went to a field trip to Pechanga Reservation in Temecula. It was a great experience, I got to better understand native plants and the culture as well. I do wish though that we had had class earlier because than I would have had more time to stay. Overall Beautiful landscape!

VSAR 440 – Research on San Elijo Lagoon – Section 2: Plants

We had a guest speaker during our last class, We were given homework which was to research about a certain section, I chose Section 2: Plants as my chose of research for San Elijo Lagoon because I really enjoy taking photos of different plants and I love to learn about the names of plants I…

VSAR 440- Elfin Forest

Today we went on a fieldtrip to Elfin Forest, It was really hot, but a lot of fun and learned about the trees and plants. Beautiful place, I went into the stream which felt great on my hot feet. Here are the photos I shot while there.