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PVCF featured on The Denver Post

Denver Post journalist Dahlia Singer wrote a story about Kestrel Fields and our partnership with City of Fort Collins Natural Areas in October, 2023. Singer highlights our work, our impact, and the benefits of this partnership for producers and residents of Fort Collins alike! This partnership empowers the multifunctional work of our producers, innovating how we access, restore, and conserve Northern Colorado land. Read the Story.

Fort Collins’ newest natural area doubles as a working farm (p.3)

By Daliah Singer 10/28/23
The Denver Post (Photo courtesy City of Fort Collins)

PVCF featured on CBS Colorado

 

Wide open space with grasses and a light breeze.

CBS Colorado reporter Dillon Thomas visited the Pryor Farm property in July, 2023 to discuss our support for new and beginning farmers and our partnership with the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas. We couldn’t be more proud of our producers, Evanne and Tyson Caviness and Kristin Maxwell, and the impact of PVCF’s support for them, their families, their businesses, and the land we have the privilege to manage. Watch the story

 

Vote to transition to a non-profit passes

At the annual meeting on June 27, 2023, members overwhelming voted in favor of transitioning PVCF from a member-owned cooperative to a non-profit organization. A huge thank you to all of you that participated in the vote – either by attending the meeting or by sending in a proxy form.  We are excited for what the future holds for PVCF and our long term impact and sustainability.  Watch for much more information in the coming months about what we have planned!  We hope to see you out on one of our farms soon!