Hill CSA - 970-872-4413.
Community Supported Agriculture program serving the
North Fork Valley, Gunnison and Crested Butte (in
Western Colorado) with fresh, local, natural
produce. We've been busy growing produce in
Hotchkiss Colorado since 1993!
Community Farm -
Location: Delaney Community Farm. 170 S Chambers,
Denver, CO 80011/ Mailing Address: Denver Urban
Gardens, 3377 Blake Street, Suite 113, Denver, CO
80205. 303-292-9900. CSA (May-October), sell at the
Cherry Creek Farmers Market (June-October).
Certified organic. Internships and tours are
available at Delaney Farm.
Heart Farm - 2820 W.
Elizabeth St., Fort Collins, CO 80521. Members of
the farm benefit from a variety of fruits,
vegetables and herbs throughout a 20 week growing
season from May to November-ish. Produce ranges
from salad greens and carrots to garlic, melons,
peppers, radishes and much more. Feel free to view
our three year archive of Harvest Totals. Monthly
newsletters, recipes and periodic updates are
emailed to members throughout the season.
Organic Farms - 25525
WCR 48, Kersey, CO 80644. 970-284-7941. Members
select the distribution location of their choice.
Colorado locations are available from Greeley to
Littleton and from the mountain communities to
Farm - 10771
N. 49th. St., Longmont, CO 80503. 303-776-1924.
You'll find fresh, locally-grown certified organic
vegetables harvested weekly for our Community
Supported Agriculture (CSA) Members.
Family Farms - 1020 WCR 72,
Wellington, CO 80549. 970-568-7654. 3,000 certified
organic acres at almost 6000 feet of elevation! Our
CSA delivers boxes of organic fruits and
vegetables, pastured eggs and meats, fresh bread
and fresh-cut flower bouquets to convenient pick-up
locations in communities throughout the Colorado
Front Range, Mountain Communities and Southern
Lake Refuge- Rocky Mountain
Retreat, 848 East 3rd Avenue, Durango, CO 81301
970- 247-8395. Their mission is to celebrate the
connection between personal health and wild
lands.We manifest this goal through promoting and
practicing sustainable practices. A few examples of
their work include growing and preparing local,
wild and living food for the community, driving a
vegetable oil-run vehicle, utilizing solar
dehydrators, using a bicycle powered blender and
wheatgrass juicer and educating about the great
value of wild foods and wild lands in the school
systems. 'Local Wild Life' is their bi-weekly
benefit lunch that specializes in locally grown,
wild harvested, and living foods. They serve lunch
to the community every Tuesday and Friday from
11:11am-2:22pm at the Rocky Mountain Retreat, 848
East 3rd Ave in Durango, CO.