Welcome To BerthoudLocal.org

Membership – Sustainer Level

Your sustaining membership will ensure that Berthoud’s agricultural roots are honored in the future and can grow with the town.  You will also receive member pricing to education events, a Berthoud Local t-shirt*, and one free ticket for the Garden Party & Wine Tasting.
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Membership – Planter Level

Plant a seed in our local food culture by supporting a row in the community garden.  The garden provides education, family time, and food.  All extra food is donated to the House of Neighborly Service.  You will also receive member pricing to education events.
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Membership – Harvester Level

Enjoy great food and fun by sponsoring a full day at the market including live music, park rental fees, insurance, gift basket and themed activities.  You will also receive member pricing to education events, a Berthoud Local t-shirt*, and $10 off each of two tickets for the Garden Pa
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Membership – Grower Level

Grow our collective agricultural knowledge in the community by funding community education events in addition to scholarships for farmers and students.  You will also receive member pricing to education events and a Berthoud Local t-shirt*.
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Membership

Berthoud Local is a 501(c)(3) who builds community through a local food culture.  Your membership supports our programs, including the Community Garden, Educational Lecture Series, the Farmers Market, and Farm to Table events. By becoming a member you add your voice to ours to promote
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How to Butcher Chickens

In the modern age of factory farms and mass-produced meat, raising and butchering your own meat birds is a rare skill to possess. Join Kristin Ramey of Long Shadow Farm to learn about the difference between factory poultry and home grown and learn the art of butchering your own meat b
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Making a Backyard Orchard Through Grafting (Session 2)

Joel Reich, a local expert horticulturist will cover all things grafting in this two part series. Friday night’s lecture will cover the basics of grafting. What is it? Why use it? How does it work? Sunday’s hands-on workshop will allow participants to graft their very own apple trees
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Making a Backyard Orchard Through Grafting (Session 1)

Joel Reich, a local expert horticulturist will cover all things grafting in this two part series. Friday night’s lecture will cover the basics of grafting. What is it? Why use it? How does it work? Sunday’s hands-on workshop will allow participants to graft their very own apple trees
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A Farm to {Picnic} Table Dinner

We’re taking advantage of our beautiful Colorado summers with a picnic theme for our first Farm to Table event!  Join us on July 25th in Fickel Park for the festivities!  We’ll have live music by The Firing Line String Band, a delicious dinner created from ingredients prov
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Seed Saving

Seed Library at Berthoud Library:  The Berthoud Library held the grand opening for our new See Library in April!  Thanks to local seed company, BBB Seeds, who donated much of the current stock of seeds, visitors can ‘check out’ seeds to take home to grow – and for those inclined in th
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