Things We Like!

Here are a few websites that we thought might be helpful to you with planning, planting and harvesting your garden.

Crested Butte Wildflower Festival
A week of wildflower splendor in the charming, historic town of Crested Butte, the official Wildflower Capital of Colorado!

Mother Earth Gardens
Fun ladies from Minneapolis that do garden design and maintenance. A natural way to go.
Providing information for people who are passionate about nature and interested in pursuing a degree in forestry or environmental studies. The use of wood is integrally connected with land management and forestry practices. See the compilation of companies that practice good stewardship of the land and forest and forest products. They believe the list of sites will help prospective/current forestry students and professionals learn about the best in conscientious wood use.

Emergency Homesteader
A lengthy list of companies that sell seeds, with seperate lists for those that sell GMO seeds and those that don’t.

National Gardening Association
NGA offers one of the Web’s largest and most respected array of gardening content for consumers and educators, ranging from general information and publications to lessons and grants. Explore their Web site and discover a world of gardening possibilities.

Pollination Planet
Pollination Planet was founded to help the bees, butterflies, bats, hummingbirds, and other pollinators survive. Our vision is to bring awareness to the importance of pollinators and their vital connection to our food supply through effective education, outreach, and habitat development

The Colorado Beekeepers Association
The Colorado Beekeepers Association shall be composed of Beekeepers of the State of Colorado and those interested in allied industries for the purpose of producing better beekeeping methods, better beekeepers, and a more unified system of apicultural work in Colorado.

Western Garnders
Plant a Row for the Hungry
is a people-helping-people program to feed the hungry in communities across the country. This national service project, started by the Garden Writers Association Foundation in 1995, encourages gardeners to grow a little extra and donate it to a food pantry or soup kitchen in their neighborhoods.