AUGUST 2002

Photographer: Barb Davy

Moccasin-flower in the old growth

This slipper orchid was photographed on the ridge above Chee-skon-abikong Lake, sacred aboriginal grounds. It takes ten years for it to produce a flower (please don't pick). The roots were used by aboriginal people in a sedative and in epilepsy medicine.

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