There are over 400 food plants native to the Sonoran Desert. We plant many of these within our neighborhood forest to grow food for people, livestock, and wildlife.
This also builds community and forges new friendships because the more time you are in the neighborhood’s public rights-of-ways—the more likely you are going to see, meet, talk to, and get to know your neighbors.
For native wild food plant identification and recipes see:
Ethnobotanical (Human Uses of Plants) Resources
To be notified of our various events including wild food processing sign up here
And check out www.DesertHarvesters.org
Do you have photos of native foods harvests in our neighborhood and the resulting deliciousness that you’d like to share?
If so, email them to email@example.com and we’ll post them!