Farm Hop Bus Tour -  Premiere Event
Sat, Jun 12 | Yellow Barn Farm

Farm Hop Bus Tour - Premiere Event

Limited to 15 seats for this Saturday, June 12th, for the Farmer's Collective premiere event in our Farm Hop summer series. Enjoy a prepared food and/or drink experience at each farm and come learn about regenerative and restorative land design practices.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Jun 12, 11:00 AM
Yellow Barn Farm, 9417 N Foothills Hwy, Longmont, CO 80503, USA

About the Event

Limited to 1 group of 15 on Saturday June 12th for this premeire summer event series. Enjoy a prepared food and/or drink experience at each farm, and come learn about regenerative and restorative land design practices. 

The land-stewards of the Farmer's Collective of Boulder County/Longmont are excited to offer a guided tour on a chartered bus ride to each farm (courtesy of WonderTours). The tour will meet and end at The Yellow Barn Farm (10 minute drive outside of North Boulder) and will be led through a guided tour to Elk Run, Metacarbon, and The Yellow Barn Farm.

Learn about permaculture design, a science rooted in traditional land management practices, founded on 12 principles and 3 ethics that can apply both to land and human systems. Regenerative farming utilizes traditional ancient land, water, crop, and livestock management techniques to replenish rather than deplete soil and food nutrients. 

The climate is changing and we need to learn how to adapt and restore instead of extract and deplete. By leveraging technology, the Farmer's Collective aims to build a local a mycelial network of people, businesses, and farms that can all support each other to rebuild our communities and truly start to heal the Earth. 

We invite you join us this upcoming Saturday for our first Farm Hop in our summer event series (every other Saturday). 

Ticket purchases will be first-come first-serve, and any tickets purchased over the available seats will roll over to the next available date of your choosing. All tickets include snacks, drinks, and a guided bus tour to all 3 farms. Produce, meat, tonics, and herbs will be available to bring home from available farms, and ways to get involved will be shared at the end of the journey. 

Ticket prices are on a sliding donation scale based on what you can comfortably give. Proceeds go to Drylands Agroecology Research, the non-profit regenerative land design firm whose practices have been implemented at all three farms. 

Tour Flow


  • 15 minutes

    Meeting at Yellow Barn Farm

    Yellow Barn Entrance

  • 45 minutes

    The Past: Elk Run guided tour

    Elk Run Farm
2 more items available
Tickets
Price
Quantity
Total
  • Sapling Tier
    $75
    +$1.88 Service fee
    $75
    +$1.88 Service fee
    Sold Out
  • Sprout Tier
    $65
    +$1.63 Service fee
    $65
    +$1.63 Service fee
    Sold Out
  • Seedling Tier
    $50
    +$1.25 Service fee
    $50
    +$1.25 Service fee
    0
    $0
  • Tree Tier
    $150
    +$3.75 Service fee
    $150
    +$3.75 Service fee
    0
    $0
Total$0

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