Northern Colorado tourism study shows why people visit Fort Collins, where they come from, what they do when they’re here, and how they get to our amazing area. Read the article! Town of Timnath Downtown Timnath Downtown Loveland Downtown Fort Collins #NorthernColorado #ReviveMainStreet Tourism study hints at why people visit Fort Collins Pat Ferrier, email@example.com | Coloradoan.com Published 1:05 p.m. […]
Read how public markets have existed throughout history and why they are so vital to the health of a community. Project for Public Spaces works hard to support this beautiful side of human nature. Public Markets and the City: A Historical Perspective By Project for Public Spaces on Oct 30, 2005 | Helen Tangires, October 30, 2005 From the 6th International Public […]
The Colorado Feed & Grain and Timnath Beerwerks enjoyed the Town of Timnath Fall Festival and 5k here in Downtown Timnath. Thanks to those who stopped by to say hello and meet the great minds behind Timmath’s first brewery! Next year, we will be open and have great activities! Hope everyone had as much fun as we did […]
The best of public-private partnerships. Read about NY town preserving history through forward thinking and bilingual signs! Colorado Feed & Grain #HistoryInTheMaking Town of Timnath #ReviveMainStreet #SmallBiz#SmallBusiness #CoFeedGrain Downtown Timnath Timnath, Colorado City unveils historic signs By DAN HEATH Press-Republican | Oct 3, 2017 | PressRepublican.com PLATTSBURGH — A public-private partnership is the driving force behind a […]
Science Friday Read about how beer can be recycled! #GoGreen#CoFeedGrain is so excited to see Timnath Beerwerks coming along. Downtown Timnath #SmallBiz #SmallBusiness #Microbrewing#NapaValleyOfBeer #NorthernColorado Beer wastes are being recycled to make more environmentally friendly beer LAST UPDATED ON SEPTEMBER 3RD, 2017 AT 7:12 PM BY ELENA MOTIVANS | ZMEScience.com After a brewery makes its beer it ends up with a whole lot of leftover […]
“It takes a place to create a community and a community to create a place.” The Project for Public Spaces is doing some amazing things with community centers. Check out this non-profit organization that is helping bring society back to its roots in public space-making. Made up of professionals in environmental design, architecture, urban planning, […]
Please join us for our Downtown Redevelopment Association Neighborhood Meet & Greet Monday, September 11, 2017 @ 7-8pm The Colorado Feed & Grain is a proud member of the Timnath Downtown Redevelopment Association. For more information on the TDRA, visit www.downtowntimnath.com.