“ Very good ”
— yvonne on May 14, 2014.
“ This was my first but I would like to be able to attend more. ”
— Jean Ann P. on Oct 20, 2013.
“ I learned about several plants that I feel confident I can identify in the wild now... ”
— Jake R. on Sep 9, 2013.
“ learned alot - very practical; definitely worth the $ & time ”
— Stephanie on Apr 6, 2013.
“ Very enjoyable. Lots to learn! ”
— Trina S. on Mar 15, 2013.
“ Great Stuff! ”
— Cindy on Feb 24, 2013.
“ I am excited about this group and learning about edible plants that grow wild in this area. I look forward to spring, summer and fall walks, as each season has it's perks. When is the first walk of the year? i want to be sure to have a clear calender and plan for it. ”
— harold m. on Dec 30, 2012.
“ Moon Rose is clearly dedicated to this subject and is eager to share her knowledge. Best opportunity in Nashville for anyone with this interest. ”
— bren l. on Oct 30, 2012.
“ I am really looking forward to attending one. Maybe I learn how to forage for blackberries without getting chiggers. ”
— Amy E F. on Jun 25, 2012.
“ I am learning a lot thanks to Cindy and this meetup. Just today, I used henbit from the yard to add some greens to a spaghetti sauce for lunch and I've currently making salad for supper with the leaves of Shepard's purse added. Yum! ”
— Zan B. on Jan 31, 2012.
“ The classes are different than any other classes I have attended. The information was unique and useful. ”
— Trina D. on Jan 16, 2012.
“ do like them ”
— Donna R. on Jan 15, 2012.
“ it was a wonderful time of learning I would do it again. ”
— Joshua S. on Oct 10, 2011.
“ It doesn't get any better than fresh picked "weeds". ”
— Randall D. on Oct 9, 2011.
“ This was my first one. When I mentioned I was doing this to co-workers, they think it's so weird, and yet they don't understand the importance of it, nor the urgency (somewhat). I think Cindy obviously is knowledgeable & one could learn a great deal from her. I think it would be nice to bring a few samples from home of items you want identified. Also, having introductions would be nice. Makes it feel more cohesive when you get to know the other members. ”
— Gail on Apr 24, 2011.
“ It's important to know how to feed yourself! ”
— martin h. on Mar 6, 2011.
“ Cindy MoonRose's Eatable Weed Walks are very powerful for the simple reason that she speaks from many years of experience working with the plants and using them as food and medicine. Such experience is indeed rare nowadays, and I am very grateful that she has extended that knowledge to us. I recommend her classes highly. ”
— Daryl N. on Sep 27, 2010.
“ If you are an adventurous eater this is a class for you! Also if you are a winter gardener (or wannabe) THIS is a class for you... ”
— Kate K. on Aug 29, 2010.
“ Love the people! ”
— Tammy T. on Aug 27, 2010.
“ These walks and classes are quite informative. We were also given the information needed to research more on our own. I greatly enjoyed this meetup. ”
— April G. on Aug 24, 2010.
“ Well worth the time ”
— UmmSalaamah A. on Aug 24, 2010.
“ Fun way to absorb information that helps create self- reliance. There is a lot of plant knowlege that needs to be acquired and passed on to future generations. ”
— Cindy M. on Aug 24, 2010.
“ Its just great to learn about all the abundance the earth has to give us. ”
— Joyce D. on Oct 21, 2009.
“ It is a wonderful way to spend time in nature and learn about weeds that you can eat. Who knew Day Lilies are tasty! ”
— Laura on Jul 15, 2009.
“ A great place to learn about plants and their uses. A group with great energy. ”
— Maureen M. on Jul 12, 2009.