Sotol Plant of the Lower Pecos region of South Texas
Following the “Survivor” theme, if you were left by yourself in the Chihuahuan Desert with only a knife, how would you find food? shelter? water? shade? home?
Send me your lists of the various ways you could use a sotol plant, and I will publish the one with the most uses. All parts of the plant are in play: roots, base, leaves, stalk, flowers, pollen.
Ancient people who lived in this area 4000 years ago or more used this plant as a main resource for food, weaving material, ceremonial material, walking sticks, oh I’m giving it away! Give me your list in the comments section directly below!