Foraging Tours and Classes in Texas


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Foraging Tours, Walks, Classes, and Groups (Updated for 2021)

The list below has been curated to include only those groups and foragers that schedule regular events and are currently active. Please email us about any broken links or incorrect links so we can keep the list updated. If you offer classes or scheduled foraging events feel free to contact us about being added to the list.- eattheplanet.org@gmail.com

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1. Ginger Webb Herbalist

Ginger Webb is a community herbalist, a permaculturist, a wild plant lover and expert, and more. Her shop is located in Austin, Texas. Her mission is to awaken and nurture her participants’ love for plants. She also offers classes about herbalism.

2. Gulf States Mycological Society

Gulf States Mycological Society is an organization of people who has the same interest. They were created to promote appreciation and to further the study of fungal flora on the Gulf Coast. Gulf Coast is known for its amazing variety of fungi and mushrooms. This group also offers forays activities.

3. Foraging Texas

Dr. Mark Vorderbruggen is the owner of the site Foraging Texas, located in Houston. He offers classes/workshops on foraging, wild edibles, medicinal plants, mushroom, and more.

4. Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine

Nicole Telkes is the founder of Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine, located in Austin, Texas. Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine is well-known in Texas and Deep South. Conducts classes both online and inperson about bioregional herbalism, medicine-making, traditional healing, and more.



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  1. We own a 14 acre property. Would you or someone you know be willing to come out and tell us / tech us about edible and medicinal plants on the property and how much a class like this would cost.

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