Tag Archives: 63rd St. Farm

Front Range Bioneers Sessions: Modern Family Farming in Colorado, 11/9/14

Read on for notes from our local food growers:   Front Range Bioneers, November 7-9, 2014 Modern Family Farming in Colorado, Sunday, 11/9, 1:30-2:45pm Facilitator: Boulder County Farmers’ Markets Representative Panelists: Heather Morton (Morton’s Organic Orchards), Amanda Scott (63rd St Farm), Mark Guttridge (Ollin Farms), Tim Quinn (Bonavida Growers)   Question to Panel: What would… Read More »

Front Range Bioneers Conference, Nov. 7-9, 2014

From CU Boulder Environmental Center: Front Range Bioneers A Bioneers Network Event November 7-9, 2014 University of Colorado Boulder   The CU Environmental Center, Local Food Shift Group, Naropa University, Center for Integrative Botanical Studies, Restorative Leadership Institute, Earth Guardians, Boulder County Farmers Market, and Woodbine Ecology Center with the support of sponsors and partner groups are proud to bring… Read More »

Upcoming Workshops: Aquaponics, Mycology, Herbal Medicine, Building Soil, Lacto-Fermentation, Fruit Tree Grafting

The Living Arts School has a great lineup of workshops in March and April.  Check it out! From The Living Arts School: Introduction to Aquaponics, Saturday, March 8th, 1-4pm Curious about aquaponics?  Have you considered putting in a system of your own?  This workshop is for you!  Aquaponics is a food production system which combines… Read More »

This Thursday, 2/20: Permaculture Community Benefit in Boulder

Embracing a Radically Uncertain Future–From Zombie Apocalypse to Deep Transition Featuring Michael Brownlee of Local Food Shift and local permaculture designers Amanda and Brian Scott of 63rd St. Farm Thursday, February 20, 2014 Pot luck starts at 5:30pm, Presentations and discussion starts at 7pm Boulder Meadows Community Room, 4500 19th St., Boulder, CO, 80304 (1… Read More »

Upcoming Workshops: Fruit Tree Care, Climate Battery Build, Design for Disaster, Mycology

The Living Arts School is hosting workshops in January and February on Fruit Tree Care, Climate Battery Build, Design for Disaster and Basic Mycology.  All workshops are taught by graduates of the Permaculture Through the Seasons! permaculture design course in Boulder: Wesley Swartz, Avery Ellis, Brian Scott, and Jared Urchek.  Additionally, Avery and Brian completed… Read More »

Permaculture through the Seasons! 2013 Wrap-up

The 2013 Permaculture through the Seasons! course held its final weekend this past weekend in Boulder.  Students in four design teams presented their design projects for sites around Boulder County, including the Transition site in Boulder, a residence in Niwot, and 63rd St. Farm.  The presentations represented a huge amount of work, including a vision… Read More »

Local workshops on Humane Turkey Harvesting and Basic Mycology

The Living Arts School of Erie, CO, is offering two workshops this fall with local permaculture designers Amanda Scott and Jared Urchek.  Both classes will take place at 63rd St. Farm on Saturday, November 23, 2013. Amanda Scott, of 63rd St. Farm, is a graduate of the Permaculture through the Seasons! permaculture design course.  She… Read More »