The 2021 Wild Edible Feast was a great success. If you missed it we hope to see you next year. Details for next year’s event will be posted on this page when they are known. This year’s event would not have been possible without the hard work of the Wild Edible Feast committee chaired by Board Vice-President, Rachel Heltzel, and her volunteer team. In addition, staff put in lots of hours to ensure it’s was a success.
This event was successful because of this year’s sponsors. The Presenting Sponsor was Yampa Valley Bank. Gold Sponsors were A. Scott Colby, CPA, Central Park Management/Steamboat Storage, and Sleeping Giant Financial Services. Steamboat Whiskey Company was this year’s Drink Sponsor.
THANK YOU TO OUR INCREDIBLE EVENT SPONSORS!
DIG IN! Cooking with Wild Edibles
A digital masterclass to:
- Identify and harvest local wild edible plants
- Learn best practices from Yampatika’s Naturalists
- View chef-led preparation of dishes
- Access a variety of recipes
Learn from the best with Yampatika’s Founder, Karen Vail and Senior Naturalist, Mary O’Brien, and an array of Steamboat’s top chefs.
All funds from the sale of this program will support Yampatika’s environmental learning activities in Northwest Colorado.
PURCHASE OPTIONS & WHAT’S INCLUDED:
Regular Pass – $50
This is a regular virtual Masterclass pass. This level includes unlimited access to videos, a Recipe eBooklet, and an Edibles eBooklet.
Edible’s Pass – $100
This includes everything in the Regular pass plus a 2020 edition of “Come Explore with Us: 25 favorite hikes from Friends of Yampatika.”
Forager’s Pass – $250
This includes everything in the Edible’s Pass plus a signed copy of Karen Vail and Mary O’Brien’s book, “Wildflowers and Medicinal Herbs of the Southern Rockies.”
Hiker’s Pass – $500
This level includes everything in the Forager’s level plus a gift certificate for a three-hour hike/snowshoe for up to four people.
Harvester’s Pass – $1,000
This level includes everything at the Hiker’s Level plus a Harvesting HIke (up to four hours) with up to six people and a Yampatika Naturalist.