Fall harvest season recently ended for the two-acre farm started this year by Sunflower Farmers Market, but company founder Mike Gilliland already sounds excited about next spring. The Longmont, Colo.-area farm will be adding a new greenhouse this winter, and when the farm expands from two acres to 12 next year, visitors will have a lot more to explore. “We have bees that we'll be adding, and we're also looking at adding some hops and barley and brewing our own beer, and maybe adding some ...

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