Please join us for a talk with local herbalist Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower and her mentor Clifford Eaglefeathers to learn about plant communication. Can we hear them with our skin? Taste them with our eyes? Are the plants mirrors for our humanity? Via an electronic device, we will listen to a sound translation of the communications of Night Blooming Cereus, a plant who has agreed to be in residence at Bushel during Toxic / Tonic. A Q&A will follow the talk.
Mask is required for attendance, and seating is limited to 15. Please reserve your spot at the bottom of this page. If it is fully booked please email us to put your name on a waitlist in case of cancellations. Please email us this information: your name / number of seats / email address / mobile number.
$5 suggested entry, payable at the door.
Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower is an R.N., Herbalist, co-founder of Plant Pioneers collective, a human-plant relations movement that serves to bring awareness about plant and tree intelligence through woodland guided walks and Music of the Plants experiences. Investigate Nature’s indigenous tone, decipher a sound equity through tree and plant resonance. For more info: www.PlantPioneers.org and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clifford Eaglefeathers is a full-blood Northern Cheyenne ceremonial man originally from Northern Cheyenne Nation, Montana. A resident of Delaware County for the last 20 years, much of his work here in New York state was as an adjunct faculty member for Empire SUNY, dedicated to documenting the Cheyenne language. He continues to share in the oral tradition through lectures and presentations.