Historic Splendid Valley Farmers Move Forward with the 2020 Growing Season Despite Challenges

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Offered by: Anneli Berube, Ag Innovation Specialist In the midst of unprecedented times, the farmers of Historic Splendid Valley have forged on to continue to grow produce and flowers, raise goats and chickens, and so much more to maintain the food and agricultural products for the community. “Spring on the farm is normally the most… Read more »

Historic Splendid Valley

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New brand for Brighton/Adams County agricultural area Offered by: City of Brighton Communications Office Together the City of Brighton and Adams County have finalized a name and logo for the agricultural area that is the focus of the District Plan; a joint city and county plan to preserve prime agricultural land, encourage local food production,… Read more »

Agritourism: What It Is, and Why It’s a Big Deal

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Offered by Lulu’s Farm What is agritourism? Agritourism covers a wide variety of recreational, educational, and other leisure activities and services provided by farmers, ranchers, and food-based businesses that make up a local food economy. Those activities and services are then experienced first hand by consumers who value the activity or service they receive, and… Read more »

Taste of Adams County

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Mark your calendar for the Taste of Adams County, a culinary festival complete with food, beverages, prizes and networking. Purchase your tickets at the Chamber office, or click the link below for more information.

Introducing: Dreamscapes University

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Offered by Dreamscapes Landscape Center We are excited to announce partnering with the Adams County Master Gardeners to present classes and host question and answer booths throughout the growing season. All Colorado Master Gardeners receive intensive, research-based training through Colorado State University. Training covers several topics including soils, plant identification, turf, plant diseases and pests…. Read more »