Lani Meyer

Cloud City Conservation Center Farm Manager Lani Meyer tends to plants in a greenhouse at Cloud City Farm.

As snow melts and the days grow longer, Cloud City Conservation Center is kicking off farm season with an Earth Day celebration, several spring events and updates on the organization’s energy assistance program.

Cloud City Conservation Center (C4) Executive Director Emily Olsen said C4’s annual market will open sometime in early May and will sell produce on Fridays, like in past years. In the meantime, C4 has two community events planned for late April and early May.

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