Fort Collins WAPF Chapter

Weston A Price Foundation

Fruits and Vegetables


Raisin' Roots Farm

Ben Pfeffer

Ft. Collins, CO

443-863-0677

www.raisinroots.wordpress.com

www.facebook.com/raisinroots

Our vegetable CSA consists of a box of vegetables and culinary herbs every week from mid-May through mid-October. Shares can be picked up each week at either our farm on Fridays or the Larimer County Farmers Market in Old Town on Saturday mornings. We grow over 60 different crops and varieties of vegetables and culinary herbs, chosen for taste, nutrition and quality. Everything is pesticide-free, non-GMO and grown at our farm in Fort Collins, located just west of Taft Hill and Vine. For more information and registration for the current growing season, visit our website or Facebook page listed above.


Meadow Maid Foods, llc

Mike and Cindy Ridenour

Yoder, Wyoming

307-534-2289cindyr@meadowmaidfoods.comwww.meadowmaidfoods.com

100% grass-fed beef and all-natural vegetables are raised on Ridenour Ranch in Yoder, WY, with cattle on pasture from birth to finish. Hay and kelp (for minerals) are the only supplements, and these are fed on pasture. Since we purchased the ranch in 1999, the beeves, pastures, and gardens have been free from pesticides, herbicides, added growth hormones, steroids, and antibiotics. All of our vegetable varieties are open pollinated or heirloom. Our methods exceed national organic standards in philosophy and practice, but we are not certified organic.

Meadow Maid Foods grass-fed beef and vegetables are available at farmers' markets in Fort Collins and Cheyenne, and our ground beef and steaks are at the Fort Collins Food Coop.  Please see our website above or contact us for pricing, market schedules, and other details.


Unruly Goat Microfarm, LLC

509 Richards Lake Road, Fort Collins

970-294-3158, mvelaz@colostate.edu

The Unruly goat is a one-acre cooperative microfarm/homestead north of Fort Collins focused on sustainability and permaculture. The 2016 share costs $550 and covers 24 weeks from May to October. Each weekly share includes a half dozen eggs, one homemade goat's milk product (farmers choice 4 oz chevre, 1 pt yogurt or kefir), and seasonable vegetables. Pickup is at the farm although bike delivery is available in north Fort Collins. 


D & H Farms

Deb Newsom

Ault, CO

970-396-1182

www.dhfarms2000.com

deb@dhfarms2000.com (preferred means of contact)

Our specialty is all varieties of greens, but also raise root crops, tomatoes, peppers, summer and winter squash, herbs, annual and perennial bedding plants, and free-range eggs. We are a sustainable farm that practices environmental diversity. Chicken feed comes from Ranchway Feed, not certified organic, unsure if contains soy, but no animal by-products. Available through CSA and Greeley and Eaton Farmers’ Markets.


Garden Sweet

Amy Kafka

719 W. Willox Ln

Fort Collins, CO 80524

970.889.4922

info@gardensweet.com

gardensweet.com

Organically raised fruits and vegetables, pick-your-own strawberries and raspberries, market-style CSA. 

Native Hill Farm

Nic Koontz

Fort Collins, CO

www.nativehillfarm.com

Small grower of naturally grown fruits and vegetables. Selling at Old Town Farmers’ Market in Fort Collins, local restaurants and grocers. email for more info. Check for CSA program in 2010. 


Donoma Farms

Justin Norton

justin@donomafarms.com

www.facebook.com/DonomaFarmsLlc

303-408-3474

Specializing in nutritious winter greens but also have true free range chicken and duck eggs and milk goats (shares available spring 2014.) Their farm stand is in Fort Collins at JAX Sporting Goods on 1200 N. College. Ave. Saturdays 10 - 3 pm November through April. The farm is managed organically but is not certified. No pesticides of any kind are used and integrated pest management is practiced. 


Raindrop Retreat

Tara Parr

970-493-0799

taraoparr@gmail.com

Organic vegetables and fruits raised in Bellvue, CO. Meat turkeys, eggs, small CSA since 2006. Available at Old Town Farmers’ Market.


Croft Family Farm

28609 County Road 57 ½

Kersey, CO

970-356-6166

ccrew8@live.com

CSA farm, order by telephone: beets, bell peppers, cabbage, cantaloupe, carrots, cauliflower, chile peppers, cucumbers, eggplant, green beans, herbs, honeydew, leeks, lettuce, onions, pickles, potatoes, radishes, spinach, squash, sweet corn, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon, zucchini. Pork (frozen, whole, half). Live animals available for processing. USDA inspected. No antibiotics, no growth hormones.


Monroe Organic Farms CSA

Jacquie Monroe

25525 Weld County Road 48

Kersey, CO 80644

970-284-7941

www.monroefarm.com

jackquie@monroefarm.com

Monroe Organic Farms, CSA, provides the freshest, tastiest, and most nutritious fruits and vegetables this side of the Rockies! We offer a wide selection of organic fruits, vegetables, eggs, and other items. We believe in taking care of our soil and work hard to make sure our soil does not get depleted of vital nutrients. We rotate crops within our fields, and rotate entire fields to alfalfa (also known as a cover crop or green manure) allowing the soil to rebuild and regenerate. Soil tests are taken yearly to determine the quality of the soil. By building better soils, alfalfa provides important nutrients to the plants, and it nourishes the produce and the people who consume it. We offer both summer and winter produce shares.

Listed as an organic producer in the 2009 Colorado Farm Fresh Directory published by the CSU Extension Office. Strohauer Farms is a 3rd generation family farm located in Northern Colorado. The farm is comprised of approximately 3000 acres of corn, wheat and various vegetables including Strohauer Farm’s famous specialty gourmet potatoes. Many dedicated employees, who have been working for our family for a number of years make our operation as successful as it is today. Our family is dedicated to being good stewards of the land and is committed to producing the highest quality of produce possible for our customers.


Eden Valley Farm

Bill Bosko

6263 NCR 29

Loveland, CO 80538

970-214-4669

Eden Valley Farm was founded in 1962 and has been growing fresh organic nutrient dense foods ever since. We take pride in the quality of our produce and know that you will notice the difference when you taste what we have to offer. You can be assured that we do not use any chemicals or pesticides in our growing process so the food is safe for you and your children. Great quality, great taste, great prices. Take our farm tour, ask questions. U-Pick Farm: Monday-Thursday 9-6, Friday 9-3.


Miller Farms

Joe Miller

9040 US Hwy 66

Platteville, CO 80651

970-785-6133

millerfarms80651@aol.com

www.millerfarms.net

Dates open: April-Nov, 9-6 daily. Available through CSA, farm stand, and farmers’ markets. We attend 40+ markets per week from June-Oct. Please wee our web site for dates and locations. We also have 3 greenhouses and a farm stand that is open from May-November. Pesticide-free tomatoes, onions, leeks, lettuce, green peppers, chili peppers, potatoes, cabbage, beets, spinach, kohlrabi, carrots, zucchini, summer squash, cucumbers, watermelons, cantaloupe, Hubbard squash, butternut squash, sweet corn, and several other types of produce. We do not and never have used pesticides. We offer agritourism-teaching folks of all ages where their produce comes from and how it’s grown by bringing you to our farm. Open Labor Day through mid-Nov., our fall festival allows you to come to our farm and take a hayride to our fields and pick your own produce. We also have a huge playground complex for the young and old alike. 


Honeyacre Enterprises

Russ Shoemaker

8052 County Rd. 1

Wiggins, CO 80654

970-483-5233

www.honeyacre.com/index.html

Pesticide-free greenhouse-grown tomatoes, tri-colored peppers, English cucumbers, and grass-fed beef. Available at Fort Collins farmers’ markets, local restaurants, and local markets.


Fossil Creek Farms, LLC

Steve or Karlee Maitland

on Fossil Creek Reservoir

Fort Collins, CO

970-980-4096

stevenmaitland@yahoo.com

Certified organic farm growing a wide variety of crops operating as a CSA farm.  Full and half shares available. 

NOTE: No CSA's available in 2016; the farm is taking a rest to revitalize the soil and reduce a pest problem through the use of cover crops.  


 

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