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Healthy Back to School Cooking at Chatfield



It’s back-to-school time again and both you and your family need healthy, fresh lunches and snacks that are simple, quick and easy to prepare. Join Chef Elizabeth Buckingham for this fun two-hour class where we’ll make (and taste) lots of easy back-to-school ideas perfect for everyone in your household. You’ll leave with lots of great ideas to keep you fueled throughout the year!


$35 members, $38 non-members, $32 CSA shareholders (reciprocal members).

Instructor: Elizabeth Buckingham


Pickling and Canning Fruit at Chatfield


Pickling fruit? Really? Take summer's bounty and create an interesting fruit condiment that pairs well with meats, cheeses, and sweets. Join us in our new outdoor kitchen for a hands-on simple instructional on how to preserve all your seasonal garden delights with water bath canning.


Each class will be 3 hours long so everyone has a chance to do, see and taste. All participants will take a home a gourmet jar of pickled fruit to enjoy at home.


$42 member, $45 nonmember, $38 CSA shareholders (reciprocal member)

Instructor: Kathy Lee

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Summer Birds at Chatfield

Herons, Hawks and Meadowlarks are just a few of the summer birds that can be seen at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield. With a variety of habitats at Chatfield it means a variety of bird species. Hike 2 -3 miles on level ground in an area seldom used by the general public. It’s like having your own private garden to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature.


Remember to bring water, sunscreen and binoculars.

Please do not wear bright white, yellow, orange or red colored clothing.


Instructor: Lynn Willcockson


$18, $21 non-member


Wild Things Walk at Chatfield

Identification and Uses of Wild Plants for Food and Medicine


Explore the treasure trove of wild herbs, medicinal plants, and edible weeds common to every backyard with clinical herbalist Susan Evans. Learn how to make a blood cleansing tea from red clover, a tasty salad from lambs quarters, stop bleeding with yarrow, and much more. Discover the amazing plants you've been stepping on all these years!


Class will be held outdoors, please dress for the weather.


$28 members, $32 nonmembers, $26 CSA shareholders (reciprocal members).

Instructor: Susan Evans



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