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Colorado Land Link is a program of Guidestone Colorado, a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to growing a vibrant agricultural future through education, community building and partnerships.


Saturday, November 10, 2018
9 am - 4 pm


Longmont, CO
Meeting location details will be sent to registrants.


Guidestone Colorado






Vision Course for Aspiring Farmers and Ranchers

Saturday, November 10th
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Longmont, CO

Cost: $60

Guidestone Colorado, in partnership with the Colorado Building Farmers Program, is offering the
Vision Course for Aspiring Farmers and Ranchers who are dreaming about starting a farm or ranch. Participants undergo an in-depth exploration of their own vision and the core competencies and resources needed to launch!

This course examines current trends, resources, case studies, and stories from experienced farmers and ranchers while digging into a framework to begin strategic business planning.


9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Welcome / Introductions
Visioning / Self Assessments
Partners in CO Agriculture
Land Access & Assessment
Lunch (Included)
Producer Profiles Panel
Resource Inventory
Business Planning


Dan Waldvogle is an active agrarian in the high desert mountain valley of the Upper Arkansas. He is the Director of Colorado Land Link, a program that is administered by Guidestone Colorado. In this role, he works across the state seeking to connect beginning and continuing farmers and ranchers with current and retiring farmers, ranchers and landowners. Dan is passionate about building community through agriculture, keeping working lands in production and maintaining access to land, water, capital, education and work experience. He is happy to forward Guidestone's mission to grow a vibrant agricultural future.