Ethnobotany class at Pohnpei Traditional Plant Garden

The SC/SS 115 Ethnobotany class visited Totoa Fetalai-Currie at the Pohnpei Traditional Plant Garden. The plant is iuiu, Alpinia Carolinensis.

Gendalin, Katielyne, Nayleen, Tracy, Francisca, Hermina, and Girlynn sit in the front, left to right. Behind them are Sylvana, Sue, and Emillia, with Gary just behind Emillia. Charmarie is behind Sue.

Toa cover indigenous, native, and localized plants.

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