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Wild About Plants

For Our Future Generations
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About Us

Wild About Plants is an Indigenous-owned business committed to revitalizing traditional medicine within Indigenous communities.  

Our mission is to work together with medicine and knowledge keepers to collectively share our gifts with all generations of learners to empower our communities to harvest, grow and make their own medicines.   

Our primary focus is on workshops and education however specialty orders of sustainably harvested, or home-grown products are available upon request (with priority given to Indigenous communities).  

Please visit our Medicine and Knowledge Keepers  page for more information on how to connect!

“WildAbout Plants” headquarters is located on the beautiful lands of Quw’utsun territory along the Xulqw’selu or “Koksilah” River. We are grateful to share our teachings in this magical space.  

2022 Bookings Now Open!

In-person or virtual presentations and workshops offered

Testimonials

"I love that Robynne so graciously shares her wisdom with others to revitalize traditional teachings and plant knowledge.  She truly practices and understands that our traditional medicines are embedded with spirituality and values and ensures that sacred elements are integrated into the work that she does.  Snachalya Robynne for your ongoing support of the Wet’suwet’en!"
~Carla Lewis, MA, Traditional Wellness Specialist, First Nations Health Authority – Northern Region

"I love that Robynne so graciously shares her wisdom with others to revitalize traditional teachings and plant knowledge.  She truly practices and understands that our traditional medicines are embedded with spirituality and values and ensures that sacred elements are integrated into the work that she does.  Snachalya Robynne for your ongoing support of the Wet’suwet’en!"
~Carla Lewis, MA, Traditional Wellness Specialist, First Nations Health Authority - Northern Region
"Robynne shares her knowledge and gifts in the most humble, respectful and welcoming ways. Her heart is dedicated to sharing the power of plant medicine to help improve the wellness of those around her. Every time I have attended one of Robynne’s workshops I walk away with new teachings, resources to help my well-being, and a deeper respect for the power of plants. The experience also makes me feel incredibly blessed and grounded. "
~ Courteney Gibson, Recreation Manager Musqueum First Nation 
"I have known Robynne for over twelve years and have been inspired by her deep knowledge and actions around the promotion of Indigenous health and well-being. Robynne recently ran a workshop at our Rising Tides: Indigenous Climate Justice and Food Security conference (University of Victoria, 2020) and her contribution on medicines and plant knowledge was a highlight of the event. Robynne works effectively across several Indigenous nations and communities to collaborate with knowledge-holders and youth in regenerating plant knowledge and other healthy practices. Her passion, intelligence, and advocacy is evident to all who know her."
~Dr. Jeff Corntassel, Associate Professor, Indigenous Studies, UVIC 
"I have known Robynne for over twelve years and have been inspired by her deep knowledge and actions around the promotion of Indigenous health and well-being. Robynne recently ran a workshop at our Rising Tides: Indigenous Climate Justice and Food Security conference (University of Victoria, 2020) and her contribution on medicines and plant knowledge was a highlight of the event. Robynne works effectively across several Indigenous nations and communities to collaborate with knowledge-holders and youth in regenerating plant knowledge and other healthy practices. Her passion, intelligence, and advocacy is evident to all who know her."

~Dr. Jeff Corntassel, Associate Professor, Indigenous Studies, UVIC 
"Robynne is an amazing teacher! She has so much knowledge of not only the medicines she makes but also when and how to harvest the plants she uses. She brings so much passion to her workshops. She gives the opportunity for hands on learning, ensuring you leave with valuable, practical skills. She creates a very welcoming and fun atmosphere. I always leave excited about the new knowledge I’ve gained and look forward to the next opportunity to learn from Robynne."
~Tish Diamond, Recreation Manager, Canim Lake Band 
"A workshop with Robynne is like stepping back in time. She has a gift as a natural teacher and knowledge seeker, blending current trends with traditions. I have had many wonderful foraging and harvesting adventures with Robynne trekking through the forest, learning about all kinds of plants along the way. It is a privilege to experience the joy and knowledge and spirit in Robynne's love of nature. After we forage and harvest we learn how to prepare delicious foods for nourishment, and tinctures and salves and teas for healing... with a deeper understanding that life exists because of Mother Earth and we must take care of her."
~Lynn Kanuka, Olympics Bronze Medalist and Coach for Indigenous Run/Walk Programs (ISPARC)
"A workshop with Robynne is like stepping back in time. She has a gift as a natural teacher and knowledge seeker, blending current trends with traditions. I have had many wonderful foraging and harvesting adventures with Robynne trekking through the forest, learning about all kinds of plants along the way. It is a privilege to experience the joy and knowledge and spirit in Robynne's love of nature. After we forage and harvest we learn how to prepare delicious foods for nourishment, and tinctures and salves and teas for healing... with a deeper understanding that life exists because of Mother Earth and we must take care of her."
~Lynn Kanuka, Olympics Bronze Medalist and Coach for Indigenous Run/Walk Programs (ISPARC)

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