Agave Harvest, Part 1
Agave Harvest, Part 1, Malki Museum, 11795 Malki Rd., Morongo Reservation, Banning. The Agave Harvest and Roast is an annual event held on two consecutive Saturdays in April, when the agave plants were traditionally gathered. The agave, or amul, was a basic food staple for the Cahuilla and Kumeyaay Indians of Southern California. $10 donation appreciated. For more info, visit www.malkimuseum.org or call (951) 849-7289.
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