The rich soil of Mesa Verde Country creates strong roots in our growing community. The Ancestral Puebloans
farmed these valleys and mesas, including current-day Mesa Verde National Park
, until approximately 1300 AD. Growing primarily corn, beans, and squash, they laid the agricultural foundation for today’s farmers, ranchers, and vintners who carry on this long tradition. Modern-day travelers can experience the inner workings of today’s farm and ranch life in Mesa Verde Country with two new tours
, starting in May.