Stalking the Wild Agave: A Food and Fiber Tradition


This booklet addresses the use, by some Southern California native people, of agave, called Maguay in Spanish, and its close relative, yucca. It is important to recognize that every group had its own way of doing things. The information presented represents the way women from three different Cahuilla lineages used agave and yucca as a resource for food and fiber.

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