Date(s) - 03/24/2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Wild Willow Farm & Education Center
Weeds are a fact of farming and gardening. Luckily, many of those uninvited plants are delicious and healthy to eat. You will learn how to identify, harvest and cook with our three most prevalent winter weeds: nettle, mallow, and purslane.
Enjoy the light lunch we cook together and feel free to bring a potluck item (drinks, desserts, sides) to share amongst likeminded friends.
• identify and harvest weeds as we stroll on and around the farm
• health benefits of nettle, mallow, and purslane.
• hands-on preparation
• cooking demo
For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dress for a farm, which includes: sun hat, closed toe shoes, bring a refillable water bottle (can refill at the farm), sunscreen, and comfortable clothes.
- Bring medication if you have allergies to animals, bees, or plants!
Disclaimer: Class size is limited to ensure maximum participation. Acceptance into the class is on a first paid/first served basis. Once we are sold out, we can’t guarantee a place in the class. Walk-up purchases the day of class will incur an additional $5 charge, so make sure you purchase by 11:30PM the night before class! Space or class materials are not guaranteed if you have not purchased a ticket online.