Wild Edible Plants Class by Primitive Texas

I had a great time last Sunday, November 3, 2013, taking a Wild Edible Plants Class with Mark Suter of Primitive Texas.

The class was a little over 4 hours long and Mark taught us about edible plants, toxic plants and useful plants.  It was fun making soap out of a Yucca root.

The class was well worth the almost 2 hour drive from my house to Lick Creek Park in College Station.  What I liked most is that he kept the class moving while still letting us learn by doing.

Here are some photos I took during the class.


About KarlaTexas

I am a 7th Generation Texan who works freelance, both locally and online. My goal is to create projects that match the style and personality of my clients. I offer my services as a copy editor and proofreader, graphic designer, product photographer, photo editor, admin support and virtual assistant. My years of experience includes working as a marketing director, travel director, packaging designer, video producer, and customer service manager. I would love to to discuss your upcoming projects with you.
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