The Tread of Pioneers Museum is closed for cleaning and maintenance from April 14-29. We will re-open on Tuesday, April 30, and will resume normal business hours of Tuesday - Saturday, 11am-5pm.

Yampatika‘s Fall Festival

This June will mark the 16th annual Wild Edible Feast – Yampatika‘s signature fundraising event. Freshly harvested wild plants, local meats, and awesome silent auction items – all of which are uniquely available this night only. Funds raised will stay in Routt County and go towards connecting people to nature by providing environmental education.

Led by Senior Naturalist, Karen Vail, volunteers collect wild edibles from the field which are then presented to Chef Ariel Robey at The Cabin to create a magnificent and truly rare meal. Proteins that accompany the harvested plants are also from local sources.

Event Details:

The Wild Edible Feast includes a cocktail hour, silent auction, and of course, a wild and edible feast! The event will take place from 6:00 to 9 p.m., Wednesday, June 8 at The Cabin in the Steamboat Grand.

Tickets are $125 per person. Space is limited. Reservations required. Tickets will sell out early – click here to purchase tickets online now!

Interested to help us prepare for the event by gathering the edibles? Email the office to sign up for a morning, afternoon, or all day! Join in the fun and learn at the same time on June 6th and 7th! Email to get involved:
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