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FLC News

Thursday, September 03, 2015

The Old Fort Farm Stand

The Old Fort in Hesperus, 20 miles west of Durango and the original site of Fort Lewis College, provides a place for students to get their hands dirty learning about sustainable food production. The Old Fort Farm Stand appears weekly on the FLC campus, giving the community the chance to reap the benefits of their labors, with a great selection of fresh organic produce and grass-fed meats.

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