Tag Archives: Local Food Shift

Local Food Distribution Training, Nov. 17-19, 2014, Denver

From Local Food Shift: Local Orbit’s “Hub Camp” Offers Hands-On Local Food Distribution Training, Denver, Nov. 17 – 19. With the advent of autumn and the season’s harvest mostly complete, many of us are now turning our thoughts to food hubs—the infrastructure that can connect our farmers and ranchers with their larger markets. In 2013, eight… Read More »

Denver CSA Fair, March 25, 5-8pm, at The Horse Barn

The Denver CSA Fair on Tuesday, March 25, 5pm-8pm, at The Horse Barn, 1031 33rd St., is produced by Denver Urban Gardens, Grow Local Colorado, Slow Food Denver and Veterans to Farmers. “By creating this one-time event where farmers can secure shareholders early in their planning and decision-making, we help them save valuable outreach time… Read More »

Boulder CSA Fair, 3/15, 9am-noon at Impact HUB Boulder

From Local Food Shift: Local Food Shift Group is sponsoring CSA Fairs in three locations along the Front Range—in downtown Ft. Collins on March 1, downtown Boulder on March 15, and in Denver on March 25.Boulder County Farmers’ Markets co-hosts a CSA Fair on Saturday, March 15, 9am-Noon at Impact HUB Boulder, 1877 Broadway, suite… 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 Advanced Permaculture Design Course: Designing for Resilient Local Communities

In early 2014, Sandy Cruz, Barbara Mueser, and Marco Lam will pilot an advanced permaculture design course specially tailored to Colorado’s Front Range and beyond.    Addressing global changes that affect local bioregions and communities, they envision this course as a catalyst in coalescing energy towards large-scale permaculture design and activism among the many hundreds of PDC graduates… Read More »

Give Where You Live–Today is Colorado Gives Day!

Today is Colorado Gives Day, where you can make a tax-deductible donation to support non-profit organizations in your community.  Several organizations we know and love are asking for your support, including: Local Food Shift Group, which sponsors the 8-month long Permaculture through the Seasons! design course, organized a Front Range Farm Relief Fund following the… Read More »