LHI

mailing address:

    114 e. cevallos

    san antonio, tx  78204-1721

physical address:

    1349 neal road

     bet. applewhite & pleasanton roads

     san antonio, tx  78264

ph. 210.846.9403

fax 210.829.1730

mpoppelt@gmail.com

www.landheritageinstitute.org

a living land museum on 1200 acres of open space along the banks of the Medina River on the far south side of San Antonio preserving, maintaining and interpreting 10,000 years of continual human habitation

LHI website photos by Nancy Cavender-Garcia, Mark Oppelt, Ansen Seale and Jason Winn, among others.

When on LinkedIn,

join the Land Heritage Institute “Group”

LHI is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and able to receive

tax-deductible contributions/donations to

the fullest extent of the law. Give now! --->

Download Los Caminos Naturales Trail Map.pdf
18 miles of hike/bike/equestrian trailsWelcome_files/Los%20Caminos%20Naturales%20Trail%20Map.pdfWelcome_files/Los%20Caminos%20Naturales%20Trail%20Map.pdfWelcome_files/Los%20Caminos%20Naturales%20Trail%20Map_1.pdfshapeimage_6_link_0shapeimage_6_link_1

SOUTHSIDE 2nd SATURDAYS @ LHI
Great for kids (free under 12), grown-ups ($3) & families ($5)--includes access to Los Caminos Naturales Trail System
20+ miles of hike/bike/bridle trails: 
Bring your bike or horse and hit the trails or take a hike!
8:30am - 4:00pmLHI_Events.htmlLHI_Events.htmlLHI_Events.htmlLHI_Events.htmlLHI_Events.htmlLHI_Events.htmlLHI_Events.htmlshapeimage_7_link_0shapeimage_7_link_1shapeimage_7_link_2shapeimage_7_link_3shapeimage_7_link_4shapeimage_7_link_5shapeimage_7_link_6
Southside Second Saturday Speaker Series
April ~ August 2016, 10:30am @ LHI
ETHNOBOTANICAL
EXPLORATIONS

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April 9 ~ 10:30am-noonish:
Reclaiming Indigenous Flavors: 
A Native Plant Walk-and-Talk For All Five Senses
Elizabeth Day, Prickly Pear Living History Museum, San Antonio, TX

May 14  ~ 10:30am-noonish:
Native Trees, Shrubs & Wildflowers for Food, Medicine, Fiber & Dyes:
A Walk with Patty Leslie Pasztor

June 11 ~ 10:30am-noonish:
Earth Ovens and Wild Root Foods of Pre-Agricultural Times
Dr. Alston V. Thoms, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

July 9 ~ 10:30am-noonish:
TBA

August 13 ~ 10:30am-noonish:
Curanderismo & Folk Healing
Dr. Elizabeth de la Portilla, San Antonio College, San Antonio, TXLHI_Events.html