GPS Programs Presents

Plants Sustaining People

Ancient Lore of the

Texas Hill Country


10:00 am, Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Canyon Lake Gorge Hiking Trails

Register by email: GPScanyongorge2002@gmail.com

Members: No Cost    Non Member: $5 payable at the Gorge Visitor Center

Rain Date: 10:00 am Tuesday, June 21, 2022

 Josie Gonzales, a Texas Master Naturalist and author of our ethnobotany brochure, will take you on an educational hike along the nature trails in the Canyon Lake Gorge.  You will be walking back in time during this hike to discover how indigenous people and cultural groups used native plants to provide medicine, fibers, dyes, soaps and more.

Meet at the Canyon Lake Gorge Visitor Center.   The usual fee for the trail will be waived for current members of the Gorge Preservation Society.  As a member you will be contacted one week prior to this activity being announced to the public.


Canyon Lake Gorge Preservation Society

830-964-5424

Mailing Address
16029 S Access Rd
Canyon Lake, TX 78133

Our staff is composed entirely of volunteers who assist on the board of directors, guides, docents and trailblazers. (Other special talents such as website data entry, administrative, membership support or Moonlight in the Gorge Gala Fundraiser). If you have immediately questions please call 830-964-5424

 

Getting Here

GPS coordinate
N 29.86304 W 098.18750

 

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