Amy Harvest Wild Winter Greens along the San Marcos River

I grew up in Hondo, Texas where I lived down the road from my grandparents who harvested and ate plenty of wild foods.  Some of my first foraging experiences involved gathering pecans with my Grandma Ruth or fishing with Grandpa Joe. I got serious about eating wild edibles after I took a weedfeed course offered by Scooter and Lynn of Useful Wild Plants of Texas. I now live in the Texas Hill Country and have been studying and teaching about wild edible plants for over 15 years. I enjoy sharing my love for the wild with my husband and our two sons.

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  1. Amy! I read your article in Edible Austin, and can’t wait to try those cookies -just need to get my hands on some black walnuts!
    I’m excited about your project. We will stay tuned to learn what we can harvest from our super wild backyard this year…I think I might have better luck foraging the native stuff than actually trying to grow things!

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