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Boulder Seeks to Regulate Farm-to-Table Dinners

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Boulder County isn't thrilled that some farm-to-table dinners are hosted without proper permits. To address concerns, The Daily Camera reports that the Boulder County Planning Commission will discuss changes to the county's agricultural land use codes next Wednesday at the Boulder County Court House. Here's the rundown on proposed regulations:

The new rules would apply to events with between 22 and 99 people that take place on a farm. Events could not occur before 9 a.m. or after 10 p.m. and could not last for more than six hours at a stretch. The farm also could only hold six events a year, and the majority of food served at such events would have to be grown on the farm.

The meeting on Wednesday will welcome discussion, but an official decisions will not be made.

· Boulder County Works to Create Rules For Farm-to-Table Dinners [DC]

Isabelle Farms Dinner [Photo: Cyrus McCrimmon/The Denver Post]