When: Sat., Oct. 8, 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. 2016
Ethnobotany looks at the cultural and historical uses of plants. Not long ago, indigenous people and early settlers had to find their resources in the plants and animals that surrounded them. Join Patty Pasztor in a hands-on exploration of natural fibers, foods, and medicinal uses of the plants in South Texas. This workshop begins with a one hour hike along the trails of Eisenhower Park followed by a hands-on component, and concludes with a wild edible snack. RSVP required; visit fosana.org to reserve your spot.
Price: Suggested donation: $3 per person, or $6 per family.