Herbal Uses of Native & Prairie Plants

Monday, July 12, 2021 at 7pm on Zoom
Herbal Uses of Native & Prairie Plants
Christina Moon, Park Planner, City of Fort Worth Park & Recreation Department
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Tall-bread scurf pea’s (Pediomelum cuspidatum) edible tuberous roots were a food source for Native Americans.

Christina has practiced herbalism for many years. She became interested while working as a Landscape Architect in Austin. She attend several herbal long-courses and learned the practical and medicinal use of native plants of Texas. Since moving to Fort Worth, Christina has expanded her knowledge to include plants of north Texas. Christina will share this knowledge, some easy herbal collections, balms, oils, tinctures, and their uses.

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