E.g., Sep 30 2020
E.g., Sep 30 2020
Native Edible and Medicinal Plants Walk
When 
Sat, 1/25/2020 11:00am to 12:00pm
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Where 
McKinney Falls State Park
5808 McKinney Falls Parkway
, , 78744
United States (512) 415-8793
Description:

Join us for explorations in ethnobotany! Learn the names and historic uses of common Texas Hill Country plants.

Discover identification techniques, and names and historic uses of common Texas Hill Country plants. Volunteer Jacob is a Capital Area Master Naturalist and plant enthusiast.

Download the iNaturalist app, bring a native plant field guide, and/or a journal to note the plants we see along the trail. We will not be harvesting any plants during this hike (all plants/animals/artifacts must stay in the park).

Meet: Playground

Bring: Close-toed shoes, water, weather appropriate clothing

Distance: 0.5 - 1.0 mile hike

Event is free with paid park admission: Adults = $6; Children 12 years and under = free.

Want to speed up your entry process? Get your day pass ahead of time online

Things To Do: 
Hiking/ walking
Fees: 
Entrance fees to park apply
Ages: 
All ages