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Don’t Miss the first Ancient Roots Gathering, Earth Day 2016!


I am excited to announce the first quarterly Ancient Roots Gathering!

I hope you will join us for a FREE Spring Wild Edible and Medicinal Plant Walk!  We will talk about many different plants that are in season in the Spring, and share information about their uses.  From natural Spring tonics that clean your blood, to nature’s band-aid, we will cover 15+ plants that are common in Texas and just might be growing in your front yard!

Learning to see “weeds” as food and medicine is a great first step towards sustainability and Eco-friendly living.  Virtually all of the common weeds we see so often offer some type of medicine or super-food qualities, so come on out and learn to safely utilize their healing gifts!

This meet-up is for all ages and skill levels!  We aim to bring something interesting to the table for both beginners and experienced nature lovers alike!  Please come ready to learn as well as share your knowledge!  This would be a great free course for Homeschoolers!


We will meet at Arbor Hills Nature Preserve on Earth Day, April 22 2016!  Meetup time will be noon under the Pavilions.  I am pretty flexible for times going forward, so if you are interested, but can not make this time slot, please let me know and I will do my best to plan the second meetup accordingly.

Part of the hike will include unpaved trails and inclines, so it will be a moderate hike, and strollers are not recommended.  Check out my tutorial on a simple and comfortable alternative way to carry your baby with you!  I would suggest bringing comfortable shoes, water, sunscreen and lots of questions!  Since we will be hiking on dirt trails, if it rains, we may need to reschedule, so make sure you follow Do Your Natural Thing on Facebook to get updates.

Stay tuned for more info on the next Ancient Roots Gathering, and please let me know if you have any questions!

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