Small Scale Grains PANEL DISCUSSION
Time & Location
About the Event
Sun, Jul 18, 11am-1pm at the Treehouse Farm Collective - 8104 N 63rd St, Longmont, CO 80503
Google maps will take you to the house, which is north of the entrance to the farm. You want to find the first driveway north of Oxford Road. So if coming from the south, look for the greenhouse/metal barn and hoop houses at the top of the hill. You’ll turn into a driveway on the right with the wood frame over the top, some orange cones, and a yellow “Organic Farm Do Not Spray” sign, after a large irrigation pond. If coming from the north, turn into the next driveway past the house on your left. You’ll see a pond; turn before the pond.
Join us for a roundtable discussion with up and coming farmers sharing their personal stories of growing grains on a small scale. Come listen to their hurdles, successes, and lessons learned.
-Keith Aten is one of the partners at MetaCarbon Organic Farm, a farm integrating regenerative farming practices within the Front Range community by providing organically grown produce, education, events and farm work opportunities.
-Nick DiDomenico is a founder of Elk Run Farm, a small scale family farm and homestead with practices based in regenerative agriculture, biodynamic, and permaculture design. The farm raises pigs, sheep, chickens, and ducks while maintaining annual vegetable gardens.
-Matt Kuebbing is a member of Treehouse Farm Collective and founder of The Jolly Radish Farm, and has been growing vegetables and grains in the front range for over 5 years.
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