This resiliency workshop is focused on local innovations, water resiliency, and preserving agricultural land and community health.
Farms that used regenerative agriculture practices produced crops with higher levels of certain vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals.
Cheap food is fast and it’s widely available; people without time and without money, are more likely to buy that kind of food. But everybody eats junk food. And it also poisons the environment for everybody.
The Resiliency Planning and Action Workshop will explore how to build a resilient, strong and local economy that can withstand economic shocks. The strength of our community depends on our ability to create an economy that supports us all.
The North Fork Valley Buy Local Resource Campaign is moving full steam ahead in Spring 2021 with plans to expand its reach and provide better support for the valley’s numerous agricultural industries.
The Colorado Farm and Food Alliance has released three maps in its series of “Local Food Action Maps,” depicting local food, drink, and action options in western Colorado.
In 2012, the Colorado legislature enacted the Colorado Cottage Foods Act allowing limited types of food products to be sold directly to consumers without licensing or inspections.