Excited and honored to see the Camas bulbs I got to help dig up with @kwiaht cooked & served at The Canoe Journey stop here on the Island.
This beautiful lily bulb is an indigenous food staple, grown, processed, and nurtured in seaside gardens by countless generations, and Kwiaht has worked hard to help reintroduce it as a food crop out here.
We harvested them a month early for the Canoe journey and digging them was just as exciting & satisfying as potatoes.
Cultivating & nurturing the Wild in the fertile intersection of ethnobotany, gardening, & indigenous technology, is a really rad thing to do. If you hail from the Coastal PNW (or even if you dont) follow @kwiaht to discover awesome bioregional knowledge!