As I was looking for community gardens and restorative soil practices, I came across the Broomfield Crescent Grange. It’s a non-profit organization that has been around for over one hundred years. It started as a group to protect and promote farmers from a time when America was primarily agrarian. It was a community hub celebrating the importance of viable soil, sustainable practices, and education. It continues to be a solid part of the community. The building is a fantastic throwback to a simpler time. The upstairs interior is a high ceiling single room with wood floors and a stage at the front. The basement is reminiscent of the old Elk Lodges from the 1950’s where groups would do pancake breakfasts and gather for informal celebrations. After the first thirty minute tour turned into a two hour chat with one of their Board Members, I fell in love with the place. I assist with the website, photograph events, use the photography to populate their Instagram and Twitter accounts.