Red Cedar

The bark provided baskets to carry roots, berries, or other materials. These baskets were easy to make by cutting bark directly from the tree. Cedar boughs were used to keep insects away.


The fruit was dried and the leaves were used for medicinal purposes.


The plentiful sagebrush has many different uses: medicinal, cleansing and religious.

Wild Rose

The leaves and rose hips were used for medicinal purposes, the stems for the hoop on a cradleboard.

Information provided by Vivian Harrison and Delores George