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Wild Child Farm began as a homestead in 2019. As we connected with our community of inspiring regenerative farms in Boulder County, we recognized that we had the opportunity to serve the land and the people more deeply. We realized that what we truly value is connecting with the inspiring people in our community, maximizing the life in our soil, and cultivating life from the ground up. Our farm strives to implement inclusive practices with folks we work with, and to emulate nature on the land, while leaving the land better than we found it. Wild Child Farm is a not-for-profit operation that aims to address the many issues facing our food system. To us, some of the problems facing our community include; racial inequality, unsustainability, political shortcomings relating to ag, food insecurity, monocropping, pesticide use, and lack of human empowerment on farms.
Wild Child Farm Intends to create a regenerative, diversified approach to agriculture that will help provide people with food that heals the body, the soul, and the land itself. We envision connecting our community to the earth and to each other. Permaculture principles will guide our mission to work with nature to create an abundance we can all feel good about.
Entries by WildChildFarm
- Cómo iniciar proyectos agroforestales comunitarios: Asesoramiento de 11 jardines forestales
- Fundación Nevada Premio de Semillas del Programa de Semillas
- Episodio 315. Conozca al nuevo Director Ejecutivo de NCAT, Fred Bahnson
- Maces Pond: Arándanos Silvestres Agrisolares
- Agroforestería y Agrivoltaica: Dos Tecnologías Apropiadas para la Sombra Inteligente en Fincas
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