Wild Rose and Birch
Prickly rose (Rosa acicularis) grows in open meadows and forest openings throughout much of Alaska south of the Brooks Range. A similar species, Rosa nootkatensis, is found in Southeast Alaska and the Kenai Peninsula. Petals can be used to make tea. The fruit is used in jellies, jams and tea and is high in vitamin C.
Printed in Alaska on matte paper that meets the Sustainable Forest Initiative guidelines that promote responsible management of the world’s forest.