Forest Ridge

Learning on the Farm July 23-26, 2013

Come along with a team of food explorers from Forest Ridge to discover the community that is Quillisascut Farm, where we’ll meet farmers Rick and Lora Lea Misterly and experience “growing” our meals from farm to table. Chef Instructor Kären Jurgensen will lead us in cooking with whole locally grown foods inspired by the season and what we harvest from area farms.

  • Gain skills to continue the work of developing healthy kids and happy communities at school.
  • Empower our youth to become humanly concerned global citizens.

Arrive mid afternoon July 23 and leave after breakfast on July 26 tuition $595 per person. Tuition includes all course materials, meals and lodging. (transportation not included)

LIVE EXPERIENCE TASTE Life at Quillisascut Farm

We are looking for a team of 12 people: faculty/staff, parents, and students (ratio tbd)
*Also, we will need two adults to step forward who are willing to help coordinate the trip– transportation and
fundraising if needed, and assuring fidelity to school policy for participants etc

Register on-line, when you have submitted your online application use the paypal button for online tuition payment:

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Meal Plan
Omnivore Vegetarian 

What skills would you like to learn?

Is there something that you really want to do while you are at Quillisascut Farm?

When you have successfully submitted your application use this paypal link for tuition payment or send a check made out to Quillisascut Farm to the address below.to


Forest Ridge




Quillisascut Farm · 2409 Pleasant Valley Road · Rice, WA · 99167 509.738.2011
· loralea1@centurytel.net · www.quillisascut.com

“There can be no greater connection to food than to be immersed in the place where it is grown, where all of your
senses are involved, your hands in the dirt, the heady smell of cheese in process, each meal a culmination of the day’s
work.” Chef Kären Jurgensen