Dandelion greens and stork’s-bill for a salad? Learn to identify the edible plants that surround us at the Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area (LLELA) Nature Preserve this Sunday, June 25, from 3-6 p.m.
Led by Mark Suter of Primitive Texas, the class will consist of wild plant identification walks through the natural habitats at LLELA. Emphasis will be placed on physical plant characteristics, edible plant parts, proper plant preparation, and available season of harvest.
Some poisonous wild plants will also be covered, since these often grow right with the edible ones.
Come explore the world of edible wild plants, and expand your diet to include these nutritious wild resources.
The class is for ages 12 and up and is $30 per person, plus $5 per vehicle entry fee payable by cash or check upon arrival.
Registration is required by 11 a.m. this Friday at bit.ly/CoLRegistration and search for activity code 800000-FL, or call 972-219-3550.