We spend a lot of time in Front Range orchards. Tasting forgotten heirloom apples while absorbing the deep sense of piece that these old trees emit. Generations before us provided these natural wonders for us. Many of these orchards have fallen into disrepair because commercial viability is almost impossible with erratic front range weather. We love restoring these places through old school pruning and by utilizing new permaculture concepts like stacking functions (Michigan State study Pigs and Apples symbiotic relationship).