9/4/2017 0 Comments
In my kitchen we'll prepare and roast barrel cactus fruits and seeds that I've collected. Then we'll go out to an urban riparian site, wheelchair accessible.
We'll harvest barrel cactus fruits, and check out the other wild plants on a nearby plant walk like mesquite, palo verde, ironwood, brittlebush, ragweed, and anything else we discover such as turpentine bush, desert lavender, desert tobacco, dried pineapple chamomile (Oncosiphon piluliferum), and the pesky invasive fountain grass.
I've got some extra aloe vera plants for everyone that attends.
You will get the exact address in Ahwatukee 85048 area near Chandler Blvd. and 24th Street after you register.
You have a place reserved in the workshop when you pay on Paypal or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know you are coming and paying at the door. Please sign up by September 20th. I'll send you a welcome to the class and further information.
Each person goes home with some wild foods and new knowledge.
Master gardener, Sonoran Desert forager
$15 per person on Paypal. $20 at the door. Thanks for your interest!
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