ASPEN MOON FARM
This Demeter Certified Biodynamic farm is located at 8020 Hygiene Rd., Longmont, CO 80503.
Farmstand (seasonal) & CSA pick-up location is 7927 Hygiene Rd., Longmont, CO 80503
Colorado (Front Range) High Plains
Biodynamic Study Group
For information on Biodynamic farms, apprenticeships, trainings, and conference/workshop opportunities contact Ben Turner, firstname.lastname@example.org (303) 818-5686. Or Kim Youngblood, email@example.com.
Colorado (Front Range) High Plains Biodynamic Study Group is located in Boulder, CO.
Ben and Kim offer hands-on biodynamic classes and workshops, as well as personal consultations and farm site visits to help get your farm or garden up and running using Biodynamic principles and methods.
Ben serves as the volunteer Colorado and Mountain West Coordinator for the North American Biodynamic Apprenticeship Program (NABDAP) For more information visit on the NABDAP PROGRAM, please visit: www.biodynamics.com/nabdap
Meadowlark Hearth Biodynamic Farm
in western Nebraska
308-632-3399 land line.
In addition to our seed initiative, our Biodynamic farm produces vegetables, grass fed beef, raw milk from the original Holmes cow herd. Our Biodynamic vegetables and sometimes our meat are offered online in Colorado through High Plains Food Coop and are brought to Denver where they are distributed throughout the Front Range by High Plains. Meadowlark Hearth spreads out over 492 acres in western Nebraska. You can see our current Meadowlark Hearth product listings on the www.highplainsfood.org/join.php
Colorado (Western) North Forks Valley Biodynamic Community
For more information please contact:
Peace & Plenty Farm
29581 Redlands Mesa Road, Hotchkiss, CO 81419
Lloyd lives in Paonia, Colorado, and has a Biodynamic Spray, Consult and BD Preparation making service. He is a builder, artist, biodynamic educator, and farmer. He studied extensively at the Josephine Porter Institute for Applied Biodynamics (JPI) and has worked on biodynamic projects throughout the United States. email firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 828-989-1078
Light Root Community Farms
Fresh Milk produced using Biodynamic Farming Practices
Cameron Genter and Daphne
They owned and operated a grass-based micro-dairy in Wisconsin for 8 years, utilizing draft horses as the farms primary source of power.
Cameron and Daphne are committed to building a community-based farm that enlivens the land and provides a sanctuary for the farm community to connect with their food source and the dynamic rhythms of the farm.
• In the state of Colorado you have to own your own cow in order to legally consume raw milk. The Herd Share model allows you to buy into a herd of cows from a farmer, giving you a share of the fluid milk from the cows, without owning a cow and taking on the responsibility of housing and managing the cow.
• Becoming a member of the herd share allows you to pay a monthly boarding fee to the farmer to care for and milk the cows in exchange for a weekly share of the milk.
• One share is equal to 1 gallon of milk /week.
Herd Share purchase price:
$25/share (refundable) Monthly Boarding Fee: $52 Jar Deposit: $12/ share Total to start= $89.00
* Delivery fee: $5/member each month for off farm pick-up locations (Fort Collins, Loveland, and Longmont).
Visit their facebook page for more information.
"Viva la Vida"
means, literally, Live the Life, or The Good Life. Viva la Vida is a 501(c)(3) foundation devoted to “Earth Healing Through Action.” Under the tutelage of Enzo Nastati from the Eureka Institute in Italy, we have been trained in a multifaceted approach based on the Spiritual Science of Rudolf Steiner and the principles of Biodynamic (BD) agriculture. BD, taken to a higher level, is known as Trinium (sometimes referred to as Homeodynamics).
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