Eric is a food and social justice fanatic. His drive to build a better kind of business began while working on an all women owned co-op in Costa Rica and writing his thesis on the impact of Fair Trade coffee cooperatives in Nicaragua. After graduating from the University of Denver with a degree in Economics, Eric pursued his passion of building resilient communities back in his Colorado home by founding Re:Vision. His contributions to Denver’s local food movement has landed him an appointment by former Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper to the Denver Sustainable Food Policy Council; he was selected as a Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Fellow; and after graduating from the National Farmers Union Beginning Farmer Institute, he now serves as the President of the Denver/Jefferson chapter of the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union.
Adam Brock - GrowHaus & Denver Permaculture Guild
Shannon Spurlock - Denver Urban Gardens
Shannon Spurlock works with Denver Urban Gardens, where she focuses on urban agriculture, food policy, and strategic partnerships. She serves as co-chair of the Denver Sustainable Food Policy Council, where she is thrilled to work alongside people striving to make a difference in the everyday lives of residents in the City and County of Denver.