2010 classes

Wild edibles field trip

Join us for one of our many classes at Rock Ledge Ranch this season.

Below is the tentative schedule for our 2010 Wild Things You Can Eat classes. For those of you who may not know what these classes are all about, you can read the first blog post and learn why I graze the Front Range! 🙂

Once a class meets the minimum requirement for registrations, it will be on the calendar and will not be rescheduled. At that point, the only thing that will force us to reschedule would be the weather, or if I get really sick.

Currently, all classes are set to be done at Rock Ledge Ranch and the schedule will be:

  • 10am class begins
  • 11:45 class ends
  • noon – lunch! Enjoy some of what you have harvested

More details about the class and what you would want to bring with you will be posted in the upcoming weeks, so stay tuned!

This class is best suited for students ages 10 and up. If a class doesn’t meet the minimum registrations, it will be canceled. Minimum number of students is 10. Maximum number of students is 30.


  • Monday, 5/3
  • Monday, 5/17
  • Monday, 6/7
  • Saturday, 6/19
  • Monday, 8/9
  • Saturday, 8/21
  • Monday, 8/30

This is our 5th season of offering these classes. We would really like to continue doing so, and we have gotten LOTS of positive comments about our class. Once again, we are offering these classes for free, but please consider donating to support this educational opportunity for you and your children. It would be greatly appreciated.

To register, please post a comment on this blog and let me know your name and how many people will be in your group. The classes are open to all homeschools, private schools, or public schools.

Thanks for reading!



While unsuccessfully trying to find some 4-legged things we could eat last December, we discovered some “winterized” gooseberry “raisins” still clinging to the branches in a large stand of bushes. Benjamin availed himself of the many leftovers that were there.

I wanted to let everyone know that we will be putting together our schedule of classes for 2010 very soon and will be releasing that information here on the blog, so keep watching the posts here.

Thanks for reading.

Grazing the Front Range… and Beyond!