Farm, restaurant relationship exemplifies benefits of local food

Farm, restaurant relationship exemplifies benefits of local food

Twin Buttes, Carver’s relationship exemplifies benefits of local food
Stacey Carlson harvests cabbage at Twin Buttes Gardens off East Animas Road (County Road 250) just north of Durango. By expanding to the new plot, Twin Buttes was able to establish a partnership with Carver Brewing Co., which orders 40 to 80 pounds of produce from the garden each week.
Brian Petrie harvests peppers at the Twin Buttes Gardens off of East Animas Road (County Road 250) north of Durango. After expanding its acreage, Twin Buttes hopes to have 100 members in its Community Supported Agriculture program within the next two years.
Brian Petrie harvests carrots from Twin Buttes Gardens north of Durango.
The entrance to the Twin Buttes Gardens at Carvers Farm off of East Animas Road (County Road 250) north of Durango.

Farm, restaurant relationship exemplifies benefits of local food

Stacey Carlson harvests cabbage at Twin Buttes Gardens off East Animas Road (County Road 250) just north of Durango. By expanding to the new plot, Twin Buttes was able to establish a partnership with Carver Brewing Co., which orders 40 to 80 pounds of produce from the garden each week.
Brian Petrie harvests peppers at the Twin Buttes Gardens off of East Animas Road (County Road 250) north of Durango. After expanding its acreage, Twin Buttes hopes to have 100 members in its Community Supported Agriculture program within the next two years.
Brian Petrie harvests carrots from Twin Buttes Gardens north of Durango.
The entrance to the Twin Buttes Gardens at Carvers Farm off of East Animas Road (County Road 250) north of Durango.
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