Ancient Roots run deep

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.

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