Check out what the High Country Conservation Center is taking part in and around Summit County, Colorado:
Seed Saving is the practice of saving seeds for use from year to year for annuals and nuts, tree fruits, and berries for perennials and trees. This is the traditional way farms and gardens were maintained for the last 12,000 years. Come to this event to learn how to harvest these seeds from your plants and return them to the seed library.
Growing and distributing local and sustainable food is part of the mission of the High Country Conservation Center (HC3). This year, HC3 celebrates our locally produced foods at the 10th Annual Harvest Dinner, Tuesday, September 18th from 5-9:30pm at Frisco Prime. This five-course meal is created solely with donations from local farms and food sources and plates are $65 for adults and $30 for children, with all proceeds benefit HC3.
Chef Vincent Monarcha prides himself on being eco-minded as he prepares this five-course meal based on locally sourced, organic, or sustainably produced ingredients.
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