Waste Farmers

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    Waste Farmers is a next-generation, sustainable agricultural company focused on helping humanity meet current and future food demands while decreasing agriculture’s environmental footprint. For our company, as with life, it begins and ends with the soil. One of the tenets of the great agrarian society that Thomas Jefferson envisioned was rooted in the belief that the cultivation of the soil provides direct contact with nature. It is in this reconnection where we see hope for the future. It is here we are reacquainted with the notion that we are part of the natural system and not removed from it, and where we seek to learn from nature, rather than find ways to extract from it.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2008
    HQDenver, CO, US
    Websitewastefarmers.com

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    Employees (est.) (Apr 2021)7
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Waste Farmers

    John Maxfield

    John Maxfield

    Founder & CEO
    Steve Dove

    Steve Dove

    CFO
    Jon Orlando

    Jon Orlando

    Director of Operations
    Neil Stransky

    Neil Stransky

    Production Manager
    Matt Gettleman

    Matt Gettleman

    Director of Strategy & Growth
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    Waste Farmers Office Locations

    Waste Farmers has offices in Denver and Delta
    Denver, CO, US (HQ)
    621 Kalamath St
    Delta, CO, US
    215 Silver St
    Denver, CO, US
    700 N Colorado Blvd
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    Waste Farmers Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    2008

    Waste Farmers Cybersecurity Score

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    B

    89/100

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    Waste Farmers Blogs

    I Think I’ll Buy My Staff Some Hats -- Hey Chef PW blog

    “We had been recycling pretty well, I thought, but I figured there had to be a better solution out there somewhere I choose to aggressively attack the problem of waste. It turned out we were throwing away a lot of items that could be recycled, but we didn’t know it because we didn’t realize what cou…

    Waste Farmers founder speaks at Accion launch

    Steve Pearce, former New Mexico congressman and current candidate for his old seat, praised a speech by John-Paul Maxfield at the launch of Accion Colorado, a nonprofit organization that invests in emerging and existing entrepreneurs and small businesses. Read the speech below.Waste Farmers is grate…

    Waste Farmers founder’s speech to Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

    For our company, it begins and ends with the soil, as it does in life. One of the tenants of the great agrarian society that Jefferson envisioned was rooted in the belief that the cultivation of the soil provides direct contact with nature. It is in this re-connection where we see hope for the futur…

    Growing healthy soil at the Microbe Brewery

    Waste Farmers had only been in business for about a year when they were hired by the little urban village of Glendale to take over the city’s trash contract and divert a large portion of the waste from landfills to composting. Today they have evolved into innovators respected by leaders in the globa…

    Denver's Waste Farmers brings Soil to Life

    If we’re going to feed 9 billion people by 2050, we’re going to have go find new methods. Soil has been neglected throughout industrial agriculture. Anytime we harvest, we take something away and our agricultural model has been that we don’t need to put it back. We’ve got to go back and repair that.…

    The Permaculture Podcast - Ep. 1314 - Waste Farming

    At Maxfield’s we believe that the hope for worldwide agricultural harmony begins in every backyard. The revolution starts small, and it starts with your own two hands. Establish your roots, work with nature, celebrate the harvest-and cultivate the farmer within listen here Permalink
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    Waste Farmers Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Waste Farmers founded?

      Waste Farmers was founded in 2008.

    • Who are Waste Farmers key executives?

      Waste Farmers's key executives are John Maxfield, Steve Dove and Jon Orlando.

    • How many employees does Waste Farmers have?

      Waste Farmers has 7 employees.

    • Who are Waste Farmers competitors?

      Competitors of Waste Farmers include Redag Crop Protection, Modern Meadow and Foster Farms.

    • Where is Waste Farmers headquarters?

      Waste Farmers headquarters is located at 621 Kalamath St, Denver.

    • Where are Waste Farmers offices?

      Waste Farmers has offices in Denver and Delta.

    • How many offices does Waste Farmers have?

      Waste Farmers has 3 offices.