You may have noticed that we’ve already written about the amazing vegan food from the village of Vail.
The vegan food is available for purchase and there’s a full menu available to explore.
But what about the people living in the village?
We’ve decided to share some of their stories with you.
Here’s a look at the amazing things that have been happening in Vail, Colorado since the village was established in the 1930s.
The Village’s Original Farm Today, Vail is home to more than 1,000 residents and is a hub for local farming, including the Vail County Fair.
Since the 1960s, the Vails people have taken pride in creating food and farming as an integral part of their culture and community.
The original farm at the village is the one you see today.
The farm was built in 1928 and is owned and managed by the Vils Family Farm, which is the oldest family-run farm in the world.
It is known as the Village’s original farm.
The Vils family has been farming at Vail since the 1940s, and it’s the family’s proud tradition that has led them to produce a diverse array of delicious food.
“Vail is a very rural town,” said Darlene Vils, one of the Vals.
“It’s just a small town, so we didn’t have the option to go to a bigger city, so the farm was just where we would grow our food and produce what we wanted.”
The farm began as a family business in 1938, but the Vales moved to a larger, three-story farm in 1940 and grew it to its current size of 1,200 acres.
In 1950, the family sold their farm and began to work on the farm as a farmer’s market.
The market eventually became the Varsons’ first store, and they quickly expanded to sell everything from cheese to fruits, nuts, and vegetables.
Vail’s first store opened in 1954.
Today, the market has more than 7,000 items on its shelves, including items like butter and milk, bread, ice cream, canned and frozen food, and many types of meat and fish.
“We’re the largest dairy farm in Colorado,” said Vils.
“When we started this, there was no one to feed us.
But in the last 30 years, we’ve become a family-owned farm, and our farmers have become so good that we are able to sell the farm’s produce to the whole community.
They are so good, we have a second store now.
We’ve been able to make money for the farmers and the community.”
The Vales family also opened a bakery in 1950.
In 1959, the bakery opened its first store in Vails, and the family kept expanding the business until today.
Today the bakery sells cakes, pies, and other baked goods, as well as produce and meat and seafood.
Vils and her husband, James, started the Velsons Bakery in 1965.
The bakery is known for their artisan bread, which includes organic, grass-fed butter, eggs, and fresh fruits and vegetables from the farm.
Today more than 300 people work at the bakery, making over $3 million in annual sales.
The family has since expanded their business to include an entire food service center that also sells fresh baked goods.
In addition to producing and selling food, the farm also runs a farm-to-school program for children.
The children have access to the Vices farm-fresh-food program, which has been a huge success.
The kids learn to enjoy the fruits of the farm and learn to be good stewards of the land and animals on the Viles farm.
It’s a program that’s very rewarding and allows them to earn their certificate in food science, an important step in earning a career in the food industry.
Today’s Vail Community A small community of more than 2,000 people is the heart of Vails’ vegan community.
Vails has a population of 1.3 million, which means that the community is made up of roughly half of Vils’ own family.
“The first generation of the family grew up on the village farm,” said the Vells.
“In our own village, we were the children.
And that’s what it meant to grow up there.
They’re the first generation who have been able the opportunity to be farmers.”
Today, nearly 80 percent of the people in Vils live in one of three villages.
One of those villages is the Volls, who are in Valls Village.
Vals and the Vins have three children, three grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.
They have been married to each other for nearly 50 years, and are currently the parents of three grown children.
As the Vellas grew older, the children developed into the Velle’s children.
Today there are more than 25 children in the Vles family.
One thing that is unique to Vail and Vales is the variety