All good things must come to an end, and today is the last word on Farming Fort Collins. After nearly 9 years of writing about our local dining community on Feasting Fort Collins, building an entire local media network for 5 years, and taking over Farming Fort Collins in the process, I’ve come to a fork in the road. That fork is leading me to a whole new adventure to be had.
You can read the whole long food-related story on Feasting Fort Collins.
But, the TL;DR version is that I’ve reached the end of the row and instead of waiting to see what grows, it’s time to sow seeds in a new bed.
On Monday, I start my new marketing adventure with WildRock PR & Marketing as their social media specialist, with long-term goals to help grow their digital marketing services. They are a local agency that I’ve known for many years, and have worked with as a journalist on both Feasting Fort Collins and Fresh Air Fort Collins. I highly respect their ability to build relationships with media and businesses. If there’s any team I’m willing to level up with, it’s WildRock all the way.
You can now find me on my own personal social media accounts instead of business ones:
With that – so long, Fort Collins. Thanks for the gardening and memories after all of these years.