Join a program developed by the American Indian Cultural District, the Gardens of Golden Gate Park, and the de Young museum. Explore the interconnectedness of landscape, plants, and people in San Francisco Botanical Garden’s living plant collections. Take photographs to connect with Ansel Adams’s work and narratives that go beyond his lens. Surrounded by redwoods, hear stories of California native plants and ethnobotanical relationships to our local intertribal community.
This is a walking tour ending with a community discussion at the Redwood Grove. Participants should expect to walk for about 45 minutes during the program. Intended for families with children ages 15 and up.
This program will be offered again on July 8, 2023.
About the American Indian Cultural District
Founded on March 31, 2020, the American Indian Cultural District is the first established Cultural District of its size in the United States dedicated to recognizing, honoring, and celebrating the American Indian legacy, culture, people, and contributions.
About San Francisco Botanical Garden
San Francisco Botanical Garden is a living museum within Golden Gate Park, offering 55 acres of both landscaped gardens and open spaces, showcasing more than 8,000 different kinds of plants from around the world.
Free. First-come, first-served. Capacity is limited. RSVP here.