Imagine growing nearly 2 acres worth of food in your closet, year-round.
Hydroponic pioneers at DreamTree Farms are doing the unthinkable.
They have started producing food for Taos in a storage container in the front yard of the DreamTree Project. After more than a year of work and several trials and errors, the container has been up and producing since February and is capable of producing nearly two acres worth of food in an 8-foot by 40-foot shipping container that has been retrofitted for growing food year-round.Read More
Chef Jaime Nieves-Flores will be creating elegant hors d’oeuvres highlighting DreamTree Farms produce. There will be a virtual tour of DreamTree Farms, including photos, tastings, and seedlings from the farm.
Event sponsors have offered up a variety of amazing raffle items for the event - including movie tickets for Storyteller Cinema, a $25 gift certificate to Gutiz, and a two-night stay for two at Casa Gallina, valued at $400! - to name a few.
Join us for some tasty treats, talk to the farmers and learn about DreamTree Farms. There will be a cash bar, and the entire Gorge menu will be available for ordering, in addition to the free tastings from DreamTree Farms.Read More
DreamTree Project, a local nonprofit that operates a youth shelter, is buying a retrofitted shipping container that comes fully stocked and installed with all the technology and equipment necessary to do vertical hydroponic farming in any weather. The “social enterprise” will fund the shelter and other programing.Read More
What do you get when you take a modified freight container, a year-round supply of fresh produce, and non-profit dedicated to creating a safe place for Northern New Mexico’s youth?Read More