Edible, Useful, and Medicinal Plants of the Sonoran Desert

Edible, Useful, and Medicinal Plants of the Sonoran Desert

Oct 22 2017 - 1:30pm
Ethnobotanist David Morris guides a leisurely one-hour stroll up the Curandero Trail,  pointing out prickly pear cacti, mesquite trees, agaves and many more native plants of the Sonoran Desert. During his walk, David narrates ways cacti, ratany, agaves and jojobas have fed, healed and clothed Sonoran desert peoples for more than 1,000 years. $12.50 daily admission includes David’s guided walk. ** Please note: this guided tour explores the Curandero Trail, which has steep sections that are not suitable for visitors who use wheelchairs or walkers. 
Location: 
Boyce Thompson Arboretum - 37615 U.S. Highway 60 Superior, AZ 85173