annual producers summit
A convening of mile high farmers to create a vision for coming year.
Each year, we organize an inclusive gathering for farmers, producers, and invited food advocates in the Denver Metro Area to shape the future of urban farming in the Denver metro area. This planning summit is our visioning creation event for the year, not an educational conference.
Watch for details of our next Denver Metro Area Producers Summit in January 2022.
2021 Virtual Summit
This was our third annual and first ever digital summit. If you attended, you can log back into our hosting platform, Pheedloop to continue connecting and networking with your fellow attendees throughout 2021.
Coming Home Virtual Happy Hour: Friday, Jan. 29th, 2021 | 6 PM - 8 PM
Virtual Summit: Saturday, Jan. 30th, 2021 | 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Read the 2021 Producers Summit Report.
why we gather
Success for independent producers and the systemic conditions to support our sustainability requires collaboration. That's why we organize in solidarity and with local urban producers and food advocates to strategize ways to increase the vitality and resiliency of urban farming in our region.
This interactive planning summit offers space our grassroots community to voice concerns, needs, and dreams for the future of farming in the Denver metro.
Join our e-news list by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure that you receive updates about our next annual summit. Find details on how to join our ranks and when we meet throughout the year.
Check out this PDF report from the 2018 Producer Summit for an idea of what outcomes were generated from our first meeting.
Mile High Farmers is a co-chapter, with National Young Farmers Coalition, of the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union. Founded in 1907, RMFU is a progressive grassroots organization that represents family farms in Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico and is dedicated to sustaining rural communities, wise stewardship of our natural resources and protection of our safe and secure food supply. It supports its goals through education, legislation and encouraging cooperative models for mutual economic benefits.