Daniela María Escudero
Daniela María Escudero, who is originally from Quito, Ecuador, now lives on a serene homestead in rural Longmont. In her search for healing of mind, body, and soul, she found her calling and true life’s purpose in permaculture, regenerative agriculture, and biodynamic practices. With hands-on experience in farming and animal husbandry, Daniela is a passionate educator and has been teaching permaculture and biodynamics since 2019. Her commitment to the land and community is evident in her work introducing biodynamic practices at Elk Run Farm and collaborating on innovative projects around the Front Range. Boulder Biodynamics has been a passion project for Daniela which was borne from her dedication to inspiring others to reconnect with the land. With a love for writing, hiking, and herbalism, Daniela's holistic approach to life reflects her core message: "It's our responsibility to learn and empower ourselves to reconnect with the land and reclaim our sovereignty in growing food and living good lives."