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Primitive Skills & Earth Skills classes in the Houston TX area?

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ridge rover:
http://mobileedibles.blogspot.com/   I think he's in Houston. He's a mod on the Ritter forum and posts some on the Hoodlum forum. Seems like a nice guy. I respect him!

http://houstonwildedibles.blogspot.com/2008/08/chickweed.html


He may even be here from time to time!

kc1415:
Not sure if you are still monitoring this thread, but I plan on going to this in August. 

http://www.houstonarboretum.org/event/edible-wild-plants-9

They have it every month.  When I go, I will find out if there is any benefit to going at different times of the year due to different plants being available. 

drthumbs:
The last two were about the same guy. I have been a a few of his plant walks an he is a very knowledgeable and a great instructor, I  call him a friend.  I am not sure if he is a member of this forum, but he is over at the Hoodlums

Azaezel:
Its a little north of you in Fort Smith Ark, but Sigma 3 has a great primitive skills program culminating in a 5 day knife only course to really test yourself, all lead by quality instructors. They have many other classes as well including wilderness medic, plant walks 3 times a year so you can see the plants in all stages of growth and more. Check them out.

deakin:
Dr. Mark Vorderbruggen (Merriwether) does the wild edible class at the Arboretum and does a great job. His site below is a great resource for wild edibles in the Houston/Texas area.  I highly recommend the class.
http://www.foragingtexas.com/
Wild edibles is the one area that I think you absolutely have to have training in person for. YouTube videos won't get it.

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