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  • Kaupp, Ann
    I was asked to forward this. Ann A Place At Mother Earth s Table: Edible Wild Plants of the Rio Grande Region Saturday April 18, 1-4 pm Free and Open to All!
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 17, 2009
      I was asked to forward this. Ann
      A Place At Mother Earth's Table: Edible Wild Plants of the Rio Grande
      Region Saturday April 18, 1-4 pm Free and Open to All!

      277-1400

      The Maxwell Museum celebrates the wild plants that have sustained the
      people of the Southwest for thousands of years. Explore the plants,
      learn their health benefits and sample them! Ethnobotanist Lisa Huckell
      will discuss plants, evidence of the prehistoric diet and current wild
      plant use for robust health. Sample modern recipes that use ancient
      ingredients: Chia smoothies, Mesquite flour cakes, Ricegrass crackers
      topped with Prickly Pear jelly, Sumac lemonade, Cota tea and more!

      Schedule:

      1 p.m. Wild Plant Lecture

      2-4 p.m. Wild Food sampling

      A free resource guide will be provided to all.

      Mary Beth Hermans

      Public Programs Coordinator

      Maxwell Museum of Anthropology

      University of New Mexico

      277-1400

      www.unm.edu/~maxwell <outbind://129/www.unm.edu/~maxwell>





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