On the Trail — by Sindy Hempstead WildfloraRI, Winter 2013 Islands are little worlds of their own. Two of these little worlds, Rabbit and Cornelius Islands, eight and nineteen acres respectively grace the north- west arm of Wickford Harbor in North Kingstown. Both are uninhabited by humans, though not by deer. In the 1630s the wife of the Narragansett […]
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Edible, Medicinal and Utilitarian Uses of Native Plants: Historic to Contemporary earned 2nd Place for Best in the Show (Non-Profit), 2nd Place for People’s Choice and 3rd Place for the Exhibitors Choice at the February RI Spring Flower & Garden Show.
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