In the News
"An Oasis in the Desert"
Sep 5, 2021
"For about six years, farm cofounders Nick DiDomenico and Marissa Pulaski have been cultivating the land along U.S. 36, breathing new life into property DiDomenico was told would never be ideal for farming.
“It’s an oasis in the desert,” DiDomenico said. “If we can farm here, we can farm anywhere.” "
"Group of young farmers use regenerative agriculture to combat climate change
Sep 2, 2021
"BOULDER, Colo. — You’d never guess standing on the rich soil inside the forest garden on Elk Run Farm that this land used to be barren. No one thought anything would grow there, except Nick DiDomenico."
"Youth are Returning to Agriculture in an Effort to Embrace Sustainable Living"
July 28, 2021
I"n this installment of A Public Affair, we will hear about regenerative agriculture and how youth are coming back to the land to understand how to live from it in a sustainable way."
"Young Farmers Collaborative Offers Bus Tour Experience Visiting Sustainable Local Farms"
July 8, 2021
"Want a front-row seat to experience local sustainable agriculture? The Farmer’s Collective of Boulder County / Longmont offers a guided tour on a chartered bus called the Farm Hop Bus Tour that takes riders to multiple local farms.
The tour begins and ends at The Yellow Barn Farm and in between participants visit Elk Run Farm and Metacarbon Farm."
"Meet Marissa Pulaski / Nick DiDomenico | Co- Executive Directors of Drylands Agroecology Research 501(c)(3)"
April 13, 2021
"We had the good fortune of connecting with Marissa Pulaski and Nick DiDomenico and we’ve shared our conversation below.."
"These Young Colorado Farmers Are Changing the Future of Agriculture"
Jan 16, 2020
"Recent studies show that current agricultural methods are fanning the flames of climate change, but Colorado’s next generation of farmers are thinking—and planning—outside the box with techniques like permaculture."