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fiercelyLOCAL


a culture is something that emerges from a place

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fiercelyLOCAL


a culture is something that emerges from a place

We grew up here.

In this land of trees and lakes just East of the Front Range, where the weather is most notably known for its unwillingness to be, well... known, one has to wait a little longer than the customary five minutes for those changes to start to feel Familiar; for the patterns of this place to slowly take shape in our minds. The four distinct and extreme seasons of this latitude combine the four elements in ways unique to this bioregion. The myriad forms which naturally emerge from this landscape are shaped by these forces -- and by each other.

We are no exception.

Who was already here when we arrived? How do they express their individuation? What do they have to give and with whom will they thrive? Who are our allies in this area? Those beings in charge of all the little daily duties that offend us, compromise our ethics, or are simply beyond our expertise? Who is busy repairing necessary systems that have been damaged in our haste & hubris? Upon whom can we call that is just dying to live here for another season? What will anthropologists be met with when they come to study Colorado natives five hundred years from now? We are honored by these opportunities to transmit accumulated wisdoms from our trusted progenitors, our gifted peers; whilst simultaneously designing and discovering those diets, rituals, habitations, and medicines that will be with us --that can be with us-- going forward. The opportunities for growth are all around us. 

what are we going to do WITH all of this?
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Community Supported Agri/Poly/Permaculture


second verse: builds on the first

 

 

 

Based on the successes and failures of last seasons CSA program we have decided to not only do it again, but to expand some features and prune some others in an effort to respond to feedback. To find out more about why and how to become a member click below. 

 

2017 CSA is full, but you can still read about it

Community Supported Agri/Poly/Permaculture


second verse: builds on the first

 

 

 

Based on the successes and failures of last seasons CSA program we have decided to not only do it again, but to expand some features and prune some others in an effort to respond to feedback. To find out more about why and how to become a member click below. 

 

2017 CSA is full, but you can still read about it

 

brand new/same old
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season/challenge

   

 

 

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LOCALpartners


 

alchemists of the organic world!
you know what you want to create

lets talk.

 

 

the sooner the better, hey?

 

 

we have worked with previously, and love to work with
:: caterers :: micro-grocers :: restaurants ::  florists :: 

 

 

 

 

 

we listen forward to hearing about your PASSION 
                                and meeting it with ours.

LOCALpartners


 

alchemists of the organic world!
you know what you want to create

lets talk.

 

 

the sooner the better, hey?

 

 

we have worked with previously, and love to work with
:: caterers :: micro-grocers :: restaurants ::  florists :: 

 

 

 

 

 

we listen forward to hearing about your PASSION 
                                and meeting it with ours.

We are privileged to have worked for and with some of the finest chefs, micro-grocers, florists, markets, cooperatives, bands, farmers, community builders -- people the Front Range has to offer. We are excited to explore new, mutually beneficial connections as we grow able to sustain more of them. Links to a few of these organizations can be found below.

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theLAND


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

...the plot thickens...

theLAND


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

...the plot thickens...

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talesUNFOLD


 

 

I used to sit in a dusty brown recliner on my parents back porch,
watching the landscape of grass and trees

--neatly contained by standard suburban fences--
 
slowly change over time.

 

read on

talesUNFOLD


 

 

I used to sit in a dusty brown recliner on my parents back porch,
watching the landscape of grass and trees

--neatly contained by standard suburban fences--
 
slowly change over time.

 

read on