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Meet Our Local Partners

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We connect you with local, organic farmers & artisans

We’re dedicated to supporting our community, so we’ve forged relationships with local family farmers who grow fresh, organic fruits & vegetables using sustainable organic practices that are healthier for both animals & people, better for the soil & water, and help reduce carbon emissions. We also connect you with our local food producer partners who humanely raise animals for milk, dairy & meats & others who handcraft jam, pickles, coffee, chocolate & more with fresh, local ingredients.

  • Ambrosia Farms

    Bennett, CO

    Ambrosia Farms Story

    On the hot, dry, treeless plains east of Denver sits Ambrosia Farm, the 35-acre prairie home to the Godsey family and lots of turkeys, chickens, and goats, along with a handful of happy cats and dogs. The sun-beaten landscape and always-windy conditions make this the perfect spot to raise resilient heritage-breed birds, which are well suited to this type of environment. Free-ranging, free-foraging heritage turkeys are also known for their meat’s superior flavor.

    What do they produce?

    Heritage-breed turkeys

  • Boulder Organic Foods LLC

    Niwot, CO

    Boulder Organic Foods LLC Story

    Boulder Organic! is the only U.S. producer of ready-made soups that are 100% fresh, organic and gluten-free. The company was started by a local mom who looked for high-quality gluten-free prepared soups, but ended up making them herself when she found nothing in the stores. The hearty, whole-food soups have no additives and offer vegan, vegetarian or dairy-free options.

    What do they produce?

    Soups such as Roasted Tomato with Basil, Potato Leek & Green Chile Corn Chowder

  • BoulderLamb LLC

    Longmont, CO

    BoulderLamb LLC Story

    Clint and Mary Kay Buckner founded Boulder Lamb in 2012 because they always dreamed of growing and raising their own food. Located on 27 acres in Longmont, the couple raises between 300-500 grass-fed, free-range and hormone-free sheep. Their unique breed is a hybrid of Columbia/Rambouillet ewes and Suffolk or Hampshire rams that produces a succulent mild-flavored meat prized by local chefs.

    What do they produce?

    Grass-fed, free-range and hormone-free lamb

  • Chestnut Charlie's

    Lawrence, KS

    Chestnut Charlie's Website

    Charlie NovoGradac started planting chestnut trees in 1995 on an old farm north of Lawrence, Kansas, following organic practices from the start—the orchard has been certified organic annually since 1998. Charlie and his partner, Deborah Milks, are now experts at growing chestnuts organically and sustainably. Charlie grew up around wild black walnut trees in eastern Kansas; he was later inspired by visionary economist J. Russell Smith, author of Tree Crops: a Permanent Agriculture, to plant trees that could feed people. "The more we learn about modern petrochemical-based agriculture, the more convinced am I that tree crops offer a lifesaving, sustainable path to the future," says Charlie.

    What do they produce?

    Chestnuts

  • Colorful Ranch

    Matheson, CO

    Colorful Ranch Story

    A division of Lasater Grasslands Beef, Colorful Ranch raises over 850 head of cattle on 25,000 acres of short-grass prairie in eastern Colorado. The cattle—a Lasater breed called Beefmaster—are 100 percent grass-fed (no antibiotics, no growth hormones, no pesticides) and are not grain finished. The Lasater family has been raising cattle for over 100 years and are leaders in the grass-fed beef industry.

    What do they produce?

    100 percent grass-fed beef

  • Ela Family Farms

    Hotchkiss, CO

    Ela Family Farms Story

    For more than 100 years, since 1907, Ela Family Farms has grown some of the most flavorful fruit on the Western Slope, in Hotchkiss, Colo. Fourth-generation farmer Steve Ela takes pride in growing organic fruit using innovative, sustainable farming methods. “Every time I start grumbling about the drive to the Front Range to deliver fruit to farmers' markets, I think of my great-grandfather’s days-long wagon journeys along gravel roads & over the Continental Divide,” Steve says.

    What do they produce?

    Organic apples & peaches

  • Fossil Creek Farms

    Fort Collins, CO

    Fossil Creek Farms Story

    Founded in 1978 and located along the banks of Fossil Creek Reservoir in Fort Collins, Fossil Creek Farms produces over 100,000 pounds of organic produce on an average year. This family farm utilizes drip irrigation, crop rotation, and a lot of elbow grease, thanks to the hard work of owner Steve Maitland and interns from Colorado State University’s agriculture program.

    What do they produce?

    More than 50 kinds of USDA-certified organic vegetables, including cosmic purple carrots

  • Full Circle Farms

    Longmont, CO

    Full Circle Farms Story

    Everything comes full circle on a farm, Dave Asbury believes. While tending his organic vegetable crops, he does everything possible to conserve resources and complete the 'input-output cycle.' That means using runoff water from nearby mountains and drip irrigation techniques, keeping the soil fertile by rotating crops, and sourcing supplies locally to minimize fossil-fuel use. These efforts yield truly homegrown squash, cucumbers, bell peppers, zucchini and other veggies that are wholesome and delicious.

    What do they produce?

    Over 100 different varieties of certified-organic vegetables, from asparagus to zucchini

  • Hazel Dell Mushrooms

    Loveland, CO

    Hazel Dell Mushrooms Story

    Hazel Dell Mushrooms is, hands down, one of the most fascinating farms in Colorado. Established in 1980 by Jim Hammond, a trained biologist and his wife, Toni, this Fort Collins-based farm practices USDA-certified organic agriculture indoors, cultivating exotic mushrooms.

    What do they produce?

    Several mushroom varieties including oyster, lion’s mane, shitake, crimini and cinnamon caps

  • Honey Stinger

    Steamboat Springs, CO

    Honey Stinger buzzed onto the scene in 2002 with honey-based energy foods.The creators—a beekeeper, a honey industry veteran, an energy bar inventor & an athletic entrepreneur—had a vision of creating tasty fuel with natural ingredients, including honey.

  • Inglorious Monk Bakery

    Longmont, CO

    Inglorious Monk Bakery Story

    Nancy Coppom of Longmont, Colorado, started Inglorious Monk Bakery in 2012. She has quickly become famous for her mouthwatering whoopie pies, which are—remarkably—gluten-free, nut-free, soy-free, egg-free, and non-GMO. Nancy grew up near Pennsylvania’s Amish Country, where the whoopie pie was invented, so creating an allergen-free spin on the traditional treat was a natural fit. The pies now come in several flavors including Luscious Lemon, Chocolate Chip Peppermint Dream, Black ’N White, and Nancy’s personal favorite, Pumpkin.

    What do they produce?

    Gluten-free whoopie pies and pumpkin cakes

  • Jones Farms Organics

    Hooper, CO

    Jones Farms Organics is a 4th generation family owned organic potato farm located in the beautiful San Luis Valley of Colorado. Blessed to have a backyard view of the breathtaking Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve, they are passionate about their nutrient dense soil and potatoes and pride themselves on being good stewards of the land for future generations. From their family to yours since 1925.

    What do they produce?

    Several Organic potato varieties including the Purple Majesty, Red Desiree, Sangre, Yellow Jelly, Soraya, and Yukon Gold.

  • MMLocal

    Boulder, CO

    MMLocal Story

    MMLocal works with local Colorado farmers to can and preserve beautiful fruits and vegetable at the peak of ripeness. Owners Jim Mills and Ben Mustin started the company in 2009 as a way to provide local food year round.

    What do they produce?

    Canned local CO produce & pickles

  • Ozuké

    Lafayette, CO

    Ozuké Story

    Ozuké founders Willow and Mara King were drawn to the excitement of creating live, raw versions of traditional femented foods like kimchi and sauerkraut in their home kitchens. In 2011, these entrepreneurs turned their passion into their profession with a line of 8 organic fermented foods.

    What do they produce?

    Live, organic, fermented foods like kimchi, kraut, and beets

  • Quixotic Farming

    Ossian, IA

    Quixotic Farming Story

    Quixotic Farming raises tilapia in a humane environment where the fish swim freely without any chemicals or pollutants. Based in Cañon City, Colorado, this family-owned farm walks the sustainability talk, recirculating and filtering all of the pond water to keep the H2O clean and the tilapia healthy. The fish are fed a certified-organic diet that contains no animal by-products, hormones, antibiotics, or other chemicals. The farm is certified sustainable by the Institute of Marketecology and follows Organic Land standards.

    What do they produce?

    Tilapia

  • Ray Domenico Farms Inc.

    Platteville, CO

    With generations of family experience, the growers at Ray Domenico Farms cultivate nine fields of organic produce on 80 acres of land in Platteville, Colorado.

    What do they produce?

    Organic beets, jalapenos, chard, green beans, kale, and other veggies

  • Strohauer Farms

    La Salle, CO

    Strohauer Farms Story

    Strohauer Farms is a fourth-generation family farm located in northern Colorado. The farm is comprised of approximately 3,000 acres of corn, wheat, and various vegetables including their famous specialty fingerling potatoes. They grow Purple Peruvian, Russian Banana, French, Rose Finn Apple, and a host of other gourmet varieties. A team of dedicated employees who’ve been working for the family for many years makes this operation the whopping success that it is today. Strohauer Farms is dedicated to being good stewards of the land and producing the highest quality produce possible for our customers.

    What do they produce?

    Organic Potatoes - varieties include Fingerlings, Russets, Reds, and Yukon Golds. Organic Onions - varieties include Yellows, Reds, Whites, Pearls, Boilers, Cipollinis, and Shallots.

  • Vert Kitchen

    Denver, CO

    Vert Kitchen Story

    Vert Kitchen was founded in 2008 by Chef Noah Stephens, with a mission to “create delicious food you can feel good about eating.” This West Washington Park restaurant serves up French-inspired entrées made by hand and from scratch, from the highest quality local ingredients.

    What do they produce?

    A variety of soup and prepared salads

  • Winking Girl Salsa

    Louisville, CO

    Winking Girl Salsa Story

    The founder of Winking Girl Salsa, Julie Nirvelli, has been making her popular spicy fare since her college days in California. Today, Julie hails from Boulder and has grown her green-tomatillo salsa line to include flavors like mild, cranberry mango and hot – the one flavor she admits is just too spicy for her palate.

    What do they produce?

    Non-GMO salsas

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