RAMP UP PENINSULA is a festival honoring the ramp, the wild leek, the ramson, Allium tricoccum also known as “little stinkers” by some folks in the Cuyahoga Valley. The ramp is a wild herb found throughout northeastern United States and celebrated in Appalachia for decades. Ramps flourish in leafy mulch in hardwood forests. Their leaves appear briefly in spring providing much needed minerals and vitamins to foragers and appreciators alike. Their strong garlic and onion flavor is rich, earthy, lingering and not like anything else.
SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 2015
11 AM – 6 PM
RAIN OR SHINE
Located On the grounds of
Hale Farm and Village
2686 Oak Hill Rd, Bath, OH 44210
$3 ADMISSION FEE—General public
Children 12 or under are free!
All children must be accompanied by an adult
JOIN US IN OUR CELEBRATION OF THE RAMP!
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We love you Jill Sell and Ohio Magazine. Thank you for such a wonderful and balanced article about ramps and Ramp Up Peninsula.
Sponsored by Peninsula Area Chamber of Commerce