Spring greens are the best early treats from our gardens and the world around us. We'll hike around the Craft Village at the Ozark Folk Center State Park and identify some early edible greens. We'll be cooking outdoors over a fire in this March cooking class, so be aware of the weather and wear clothes to suit the day.
You'll learn how to use an iron skillet to cook early garden greens such as collards, beet greens, spinach and some wild edibles such as chickweed, lambs quarter, poke salet, and others, depending on availability.
Pre- registration required
- Total registration fee is $30.00
- This is a non-refundable, due to the Ozark folk Center State Park when you sign up for the class.
- Deadline for registration is 3/10/15
Max for this class 16 students
- Class will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Bring a brown bag lunch to compliment the green’s you’ve cooked. Meet Jeanette in the administration building to get your name tag and registration packet.
To register you can print the document above complete and mail to: Ozark Folk Center State Park 1032 Park Ave Mountain View, AR 72560 or call 870-269-3851. Classes fill quickly, so register today.
Need lodging? Our Cabins at Dry Creek comfortable rooms with two queen sized beds, a private bath in each room and a lovely view of the surrounding forest. The Cabins offer a special rate for Ozark Folk School students who book 5 nights or more, call 800-264-3655 to book your room.