Volunteers from the Emory University Herbarium will be at Fernbank Museum of Natural History on Saturday, March 14th from 10 am – 2 pm for their special “Wild Poisons Day”. join us for fun activities for all ages, and learn about how plants are important to our daily lives! To find out more, visit the Fernbank event website HERE.
We had a great time at Fernbank Museum of Natural History for the Herbarium Outreach event and lecture today! Click HERE to view photos from the event on Facebook.
A blog writeup on the lecture “Deadly cures: Medical discoveries from poisonous plants” was posted on Destination Health EU, and is available HERE.
Deadly Cures: Medical Discoveries from Poisonous Plants
Emory Herbarium Curator, Dr. Quave, will be giving a special free public lecture “Deadly Cures: Medical Discoveries from Poisonous Plants” on March 1st at 4 pm at Fernbank Museum of Natural History. We’ll also have an educational outreach event before the talk, with displays from the Emory University Herbarium and hands-on activities for kids! Space is limited – reserve your free tickets now at 404.929.6400.
Visit this link to see the full event description: https://www.fernbankmuseum.org/calendar-of-events/special-lecture-deadly-cures/