Plants have moved all over the world as people have moved all over the world. Cultures change, and as they do so the cultural foods change. For us in the South East, the usual American culture has the tiniest fraction of interaction with the plant world compared to indigenous peoples in the past, or colonists before the advent of the modern farming and medical systems. This meetup group is an opportunity to regain a small part of plant knowledge.
Let's get acquainted with the free growing nutritious plants in Middle Tennessee.
There are many good videos on Youtube on eating weeds. Coming is a list of plants I have found at Rabbit Hole Hollow, where most of the plant events on the meetup are held. You can begin familiarizing your self using the internet.
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