Mark Moore, 56, and Karen Treptow, both of Parker, used a dutch oven and hot coals to make bisuits and other free food while volunteering at the Oct. 12 Colorado Agricultural Leadership Foundation's Harvest Day in Castle Rock. Photo by Virginia Grantier
Three brothers from Castle Pines, (from left), Aiden Villas, 7, and Owen, 11, and Alec, 10, came to Castle Rock Oct. 12 to pumpkin hunt during Harvest Day at the Colorado Agricultural Leadership Foundation's annual Harvest Day. Photo by Virginia Grantier
Posted: Thursday, October 17, 2013 7:00 am
Colorado Agricultural Leadership Foundation, (CALF), a program to introduce and get children and adults involved in agriculture, had its annual Harvest Day event Oct. 12 at its facility and grounds — the former John and Bea Lowell ranch south of downtown Castle Rock.
Activities included harvesting pumpkins, learning about farm safety, getting wagon and hay rides, and the experience of trying free samples of biscuits and other dishes that were prepared outside using a covered cast-iron pan and hot coals.
Thursday, October 17, 2013 7:00 am.