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Team Yetman Farms

Doug Yetman

Hobby farmer, entrepreneur & Realtor

Doug is a versatile guy who has tons of skills, talents and experience that he brings to the farm.


In addition to being our CAO (Chief Animal Officer), Doug also loves gardening, farming and tending to the property.


As a kid growing up in Lawrence, Kansas, Doug's first job was working on a farm, helping kids ride ponies and mucking stalls. He also learned the passion for gardening from his paternal grandmother, who was a legendary gardener in Prescott, Arizona. 


As a Realtor with West + Main, there’s nothing that Doug loves more than helping learn the dreams of his clients and working tirelessly and creatively to help achieve those dreams!

If you have any questions about the real estate market, urban farming, call or email Doug. He'd love to meet you for a beer and a chat.


Amy Yetman

Flower lover & farmer, animal snuggler,

therapist & coach

Amy grew up in Ames, Iowa, though not on a farm. City girl for the most part, living in Chicago and then moving to Denver in 2004, she found herself longing for more connection to nature after 15 years of city living.  She also wanted to give her children the easy access to nature that she grew up with. 

Amy's favorite part about the farm is growing flowers--watching them bloom, running workshops and spreading the beauty and healing they bring into people's lives. She also finds great comfort and fun in the slew of animals milling around the farm. 

Amy is also an entrepreneur and community builder, founding the award-winning Horseshoe Market, a teacher, coach & therapist. Besides her favorite and most fulfilling job as mother, she also loves helping women find their truest calling and creating a fulfilling life rooted in their highest self. Email or call Amy if you'd like one-on-one coaching with her. 



    Julia Rosenthal

    Flower farmer & Floral Designer

    Julia started her professional career as an event coordinator, but always had a passion for nature and creativity.


    When she discovered a love for floral design in 2017, coupled with her experience in events, it was an obvious career path. She threw herself into the industry; learning everything there was about flowers. Previous farmhand work had made her happy so she wanted to explore flower farming.


    Together, The Yetmans and Julia planned their flower farm adventure in 2022 and the rest is history. Julia has a strong affinity for animal care, nature, staying active & healthy, spirituality, trail running with her dog Topaz, flowers, flowers, and more flowers (of course), and living minimally & purposefully. 


    She looks forward to seeing you at our "Pick-your-own-Blooms" days and teaching floral design classes with a unique twist; incorporating the nature around us and with a mindful, heart-centered design process

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