The Texas Hill Country possesses a wide array of edible plants. Several foods such as mesquite, pecan, walnut, and hackberry can be found in such abundance, and their nutrition so great, that they were greatly favored by skilled foragers of the past. Fortunately for us, these foods (and many more) come into ripening during the late summer and into the early autumn.
Hosted by The Human Path, join herbalist, forager, and author, John Slattery, (Southwest Foraging, Timber Press) for a walk and talk on the edible wild plants found on an urban "ranch" in San Antonio, TX.
A book signing will immediately follow the walk.