“Conservation is a state of harmony between men and land.”
- Aldo Leopold
Fozzie’s Farm Tour is in partnership with the Montezuma Land Conservancy. With a mission to connect with, conserve, and enhance southwest Colorado’s agricultural, scenic, and recreational lands and wildlife habitat for today and future generations, we feel that MLC is an important component to protecting and honoring rural Colorado. Fozzie’s Farm Tour is a great option for families visiting the Four Corners area to get experience with our farming heritage. If you more time, we suggest checking out our other tours of working, family farms on the Mesa Verde Farms & Ranch Tours.
Start Time: 8 AM
Duration: approximately 4 hours
Cost: $56 per person
Meeting point: Cortez Cultural Center, 25 North Market Street
Sales deadline: 24 hours before the start of the tour
Tour size: 14 people maximum
What to wear: Weather-appropriate clothes and comfortable shoes
What to bring: A bottle of water and a hat or umbrella; sunscreen; cash for gratuities and souvenirs
Weather conditions: Tour takes place rain or shine
If you’re late: Call/Text 970 - 739 - 0625
Tour of a working farm
Opportunity for hands-on experience of farm-life
A fun and knowledgeable guide
TOURS MEET at the Cortez Cultural Center, 25 North Market Street in Cortez, Colorado. There’s lot’s of street parking nearby and behind the Cultural Center. If you’re staying in town, we can also arrange to pick you up from your hotel or in-town lodging.
Please arrive 10 - 15 minutes before your tour. There is a museum and gift shop in the Cultural Center that you are welcome to investigate after checking in with your guide!
Water & snacks are provided, and our guides always carry extra sunscreen & emergency supplies, but we suggest brining extra water, a hat, and sunscreen. We will be walking outside and it can get hot and dry in the summer!
IF YOU ARE LATE call or text 970-739-0625 as soon as you can.
Fozzie’s Farm, located in the wide open farm country of Montezuma County in southwestern Colorado, offers guests a taste of the rural lifestyle that has inspired people to call this place home for over 10,000 years. From the prehistoric Archaic and Ancestral Puebloan cultures, to the bands of Ute Indians, to the early homesteaders and current farmers and ranchers, this landscape draws people in and leaves a lasting mark.
The 83 acres belongs to Montezuma Land Conservancy and is protected forever with a conservation easement. The working farm and ranch provides visitors with opportunities to learn more about innovative farming practices, such as holistic livestock grazing, using cover crops to build soil health, precision irrigation, creating habitat for wildlife and pollinators, and integrated weed management. Guests will also enjoy the stunning views of Mesa Verde National Park, Sleeping Ute Mountain, the San Juan Mountains, and the nearby Canyons of the Ancients National Monument. Come connect to the land, meet its stewards, and leave inspired.”
Who is Going to Love it
The Montezuma Land Conservation works with local schools to develop student-centered, hands on experience, so this is GREAT tour for kids & families!
Conservation activists and food conscious travelers will also love learning about the work that MLC does in the Four Corners area.