How can suburban spaces transform into sustainable farming hubs?

On this episode of the Thriving Farmer Podcast, Michael is joined by Bri Bosch who runs Blossom & Branch Farm in Colorado. On 1.7 acres in the suburbs of Denver, Briana and her husband have been blending budget-friendly farming with environmental stewardship, and offering educational classes and sustainable wedding florals.

Listen in to hear how Bri incorporates cover crops, plastic-free practices, and holistic animal grazing to produce healthy soil and beautiful flowers.

You’ll hear:

  • What it’s like to farm in the suburbs 1:39
  • Why and how Bri’s farm has gone plastic-free 14:34
  • About the mulch they use on their garden 17:23
  • More about their unique seed starting process using wool 21:44
  • What the current main focuses are on the farm right now 29:53
  • About the types of classes they offer 32:22
  • More about how Briana manages the farm’s social media 58:04

About the Guest:

Briana is a fifth generation farmer running her own regenerative flower farm Blossom and Branch Farm near Denver, Colorado. She emphasizes cost saving practices that also consider the health of the planet and soil as top priorities. 


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