The agricultural action carried out by restaurants aims to fight against climate change
DENVER (AP) – One early weekday morning in Longmont, the co-owners of boutique catering company Whistling Boar are busy in the kitchen preparing their weekly meal boxes for delivery. David Pitula and Debbie Seaford-Pitula moved from Brooklyn to Colorado five years ago with dreams of living closer to the farms they worked with.
“We wanted to be more personal with the farms,” Seaford-Pitula said. “We have farmers now farming specifically for us, (asking) ‘What do you need this season?’”
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