Green Earth Farm helps bring the Wild & Scenic Film Festival to Saguache this October
There is beauty in this farm that resonates with hard work and the essence of jobs being done to their very best. Founders and Co-Managers Tom and Lillian McKracken have been producing organic food for over 24 years on this land, 7,900 feet up, cradled by an ancient sea bed and the world's largest caldera. ScSEED is proud to acknowledge Green Earth Farm for helping to bring the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, a renowned tour of environmental films, to Saguache County this October.
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Fancy Dress Required for the Pre-release Celebration of a Saguache County Heritage Brochure
ScSEED and the Saguache County Tourism Council have nearly completed Saguache County's first heritage brochure, including map. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to add input before printing and distribution!
The Value of Water: Kerber Creek Restoration Advances into the 2014 Field Season
The Kerber Creek Restoration Project (KCRP) is a multi-agency, public and private collaboration that endevours to restore the Kerber watershed from detrimental impacts of historic mining. The KCRP has been addressing this area in the Northern San Luis Valley for nearly a decade, and has transformed the degraded environment back to one capable of sustaining life. To learn more about the projects recent accomplishments and future, from brass tacks improvements and volunteer projects to new field opportunities with the Univeristy of Colorado and Colorado College, check out the Summer 2014 Kerber Creek Quarterly.
From the Sangres to the Moon, 2014
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Dave Martinez Park is Open in Downtown Saguache
The installation of this pocket park on Fourth Street, next to the Ute Theatre, was part of the Saguache Downtown Revitalization Project and was made possible by a partnership between ScSEED, the Town of Saguache, Saguache County, the Gates Family Foundation, Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), the Community Development Block Grant program (CDBG), Kim Smoyer, Burt Wadman, Don Jensen, RMMP Inc., Baxter MV Lumber, Laura Archuleta, Kate Vasha and a number of individual donors and volunteers. The park is already being utilized as a community gathering place, a resource for local historic information and the site of the farmers market on Fridays throughout the summer. Look for a current calendar of community events posted on the park's kiosk. Many thanks to everyone who participated in this project.
Saguache Works - 4th Street Local Foods Store OPEN!
In May, ScSEED recieved a grant to partner with Saguache Works who is embarking on a new economic development project in downtown Saguache. The new 4th Street Food Store is located in the Welcome Center at 404 4th street and offers a variety of produce, dried goods and other local products. Spinach, tomatoes, herbs, cucumbers, kale, chard and much more is available at affordable prices. In addition they have healthy snacks and drinks as well as honey and goat's milk soap. Coming soon - organic, locally milled flour and jerky made in the San Luis Valley. Follow them on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/sos.saveoursaguache or sign up for frequent updates by emailing email@example.com
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HISTORIC WALKING TOUR OF SAGUACHE which you can print (double-sided), fold in half and away you go on a wonderful tour of historic 4th Street and surrounding area in Saguache. Click here to download a copy to print (warning: this is a large file because of all the wonderful old photos - please be patient it's worth the wait!)
See what's new in the SAGUACHE COMMUNITY GARDEN- click here!
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