From October 2020 - August 2021, the "Growing Black Roots: The Black Botanical Legacy" series has provided a monthly lecture by one of the Black Botanists Week committee members that delves into the many ways one can be a botanist and use botanical knowledge. This series is done in partnership with Holden Forest & Gardens and the Cleveland Foundation. Each talk has accompanying teacher resources that include a complete lesson plan and powerpoint presentation.
Maya L. Allen "Planting Seeds of Freedom" Resources
Tatyana Soto "Toxic Soils & Special Plants" Resources