Mile High Farm serves as an experiential educational classroom specializing in permaculture principles and ethics. Applying natural systems and organic gardening methods, we collect and hold over 10,000 gallons of rainwater during our (2) known rain seasons annually. We've planted native perennials, fruit and nut trees, and incorporate chickens into our successful system. As a satellite campus, we work closely with local universities, preschools, and professional adults offering tours, classes, and hands-on lessons.
We are actively engaged in our local community and donate annual edible starts to local school garden projects as well as our expertise through volunteer work. Additionally, we speak at workshops, lectures, and public events to encourage neighbors to grow their own food and look to nature to reflect the patterns and flow inherent in its simplistic beauty.