*** THIS CLASS IS FULL ***
Fall in North Texas is a great time to get outside more, as the cooler days bring needed relief from the hot summer! Just as the fall weather reinvigorates us, the wild plants around us seem to come back to life, as well. Autumn is one of the most exciting times to forage, as we have the opportunity to store up on the nutrient and flavor-rich fruits and nuts that make foraging more than just a hobby, and into an art of true sustenance. As we hunt for ripe fruit and nuts on the trees and ground, we also find a variety of fresh edible greens to round out our meals!
You will see and learn over a dozen of the best wild edibles in North Texas. Hands-on experience is the best way to learn and remember what you learned in the long term, so it can serve you later as you continue your foraging adventures.
When: Sunday, November 12th at 2-4:30pm
Where: Pecan Grove Pavilion at Erwin Park, 4385 Co Rd 1006, McKinney, TX 75071
Price: $40 per adult, $60 per couple, $15 for teens, $5 for children under 13
The price includes 2.5 hours of hands-on experience foraging during our class, learning plant identification, the opportunity to ask questions, and a copy of Courtney’s 63-page ebook, North Texas Edible Wild Plant Basics.
Cancellation policy: You may cancel your reservation up to 48 hours prior to the class time, and will receive a refund minus a 20% cancellation fee. Alternately, you may roll your class reservation over to a future class (whether currently scheduled or not) with no penalties. Since our classroom is outdoors, classes will occur in a variety of weather conditions, including heat, cold, and light rain, but we will reschedule class in cases of heavy rain or thunderstorms. By purchasing a ticket to this class, you are agreeing to this policy.