Confluence & Connection: Fenceline Cider

What does a podcast featuring outdoor community members and wild pursuits have in common with a cider maker dedicated to upcycling wild apples of the Colorado Plateau?

Water.

From a passion for playing in/on it to cherishing every drop needed to grow apples destined to be made into delicious cider…we might have more in common than we realize.

Join us for the latest episode of Confluence & Connections as we talk with Sam Perry of Fenceline Cider. Located at the foot of the La Plata Mountains and as a part of the Colorado River watershed, Fenceline values the importance of our local ecosystems for both long-term community and environmental sustainability – and they just so happen to have a knack for making delicious cider.

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