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Presentation of the Indian Use of Local Desert Plants

Diana Lindsay, author of "Marshal South and the Ghost Mountain Chronicles" and "Anza-Borrego A to Z: People, Places, and Things," will be presenting "the Indian Use of Local Desert Plants" at Cuyamaca College's Water Conservation Garden.

Using PowerPoint slides and plant material, historian Lindsay will demonstrate how some of the local plants were prepared by California's native Indians.

Copies of "Marshal South and the Ghost Mountain Chronicles" will also be available for purchase.

The Water Conservation Garden is located at 12122 Cuyamaca College Drive West, El Cajon, California, 92019. Get Directions (Google Maps)

For more information about the Water Conservation Garden please visit www.thegarden.org, or call (619) 660-0614.

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Book cover for "Marshal South and Ghost Mountain Chronicles" by Diana Lindsay.

Above: Book cover for "Marshal South and Ghost Mountain Chronicles" by Diana Lindsay.

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