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january in Rocky mountain national park

It was a nice January day in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park for a snow shoeing trip.  The trip started at Bear Lake which is around 9,475' elevation.  We hiked over 3 lakes that day; Nymph Lake (9,720'), Dream Lake (9,900') and Emerald Lake (10,075').  We hiked about 3.5 miles that day and had great views, including ones of Longs Peak (14,255').


may issue of "the global commodities and quality seeds

Columbia Seeds® recently helped support the May issue of The Global Commodities and Quality Seeds.  This is a leading publication which helps promote awareness of significant business, economic and community opportunities as well as benefits of resource development around the globe.

The Global Commodities Report - Quality Seeds page (PDF)


Official distributor

Tee-2-Green bentgrass

Today Columbia Seeds® became an official distributor of Tee-2-Green bentgrass seed. This help expands our quality line-up of top notch seed products. The A & G series bentgrass are an industry leader as well as the industry's mainstay for creeping bentgrass, Penncross. Please check with Tom, Scott or Ryan on current prices!



As members of the Agri-Business Council of Oregon, Doerfler Farms and Columbia Seeds® continue to promote it's belief of growing agriculture through education and promotion.  Around 125 kids showed up to learn about grass seed production, seed cleaning and distribution as part of ABC's "Adopt A Farmer Program".

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u.s. women's open

colorado springs

Columbia Seeds® and Sharp Brothers Seed help fed the maintenance crew for the US Women's Open held at The Broadmoor in beautiful Colorado Springs, CO.  The cooks were Steve LeValley, Michael Hays and Dustin Terrell from Sharp Brothers Seed along with Ryan Jeffries from Columbia Seeds®. We served around 90 people who were there to help Fred Dickman (Director of Golf Maintenance) during the tournament. We grilled around 70 pounds of meat; pork tenderloin, leg of lamb, beef tenderloin and chicken. It was an honor to help out