Amuseum@Home: Day 18

Discover amazing things about St. Martin from home! Have fun and learn about the island, while you’re protecting your community and yourself by staying home. Get fascinating and free stuff from Les Fruits de Mer–every day!


Bush Medicine on St. Martin
Bush medicine has been an important part of healthcare and culture on St. Martin for hundreds of years. Learn about the historical and cultural roots of bush medicine traditions on St. Martin and the Caribbean. Find out where the plants came from, how people learned to use them and how that knowledge was passed on from generation to generation.

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Bush Medicine Coloring Pages

Have fun coloring in some plants that are important parts of Caribbean bush tea and bush medicine traditions. If you need to know what they look like, check out the bush medicine book, or see if you have some of them in your kitchen garden!

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Killer Fashion: The Plume Boom, Female Activism, and Bird Conservation at the Turn of the 20th Century

Find out how a ruthless high-fashion trend almost killed off many of our bird species in the Caribbean, and across the globe, over 100 years ago! And meet the two-woman dream team that shut it down–and helped invent nature conservation along the way. This fascinating story was presented by Jenn Yerkes at the 2016 Migratory Bird Festival. Watch:

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