The TOCC Plant Atlas is a scientific, linguistic, and floral atlas of native plants found within the boundaries of the Tohono O’odham Nation in Southern Arizona. This project was started in 2006 for the Tohono O’odham Community College (hence the name) by authors Michael Newberry and Teresa Newberry and was later joined by Ronald Geronimo. The Atlas is used for teaching, research, and cultural preservation at TOCC and by Internet users worldwide. While the primary focus is on native plants and language, the Atlas also includes information on traditional crop plants plus naming cross-references and a tool for comparing multi-scale images of all taxa in the Atlas.
TOCC Plant Atlas (opens in a new tab).
[Current version: September 6, 2017]