Local Food Share Distribution

Local Food Share

 

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Local Food Share Farmers

Local farmers are the foundation of a sustainable, healthy, prosperous food system where fresh food is always on your table. We visit every farmer we work with and have the utmost confidence and trust in the quality of food they grow. These farmers are hard-working, passionate stewards of the land and we LOVE supporting them. All of our farmers are in Colorado and we are proud Colorado Proud members!

Why We Partner With Our Farmers

ALL of the farmers we partner with:

  • use organic, sustainable, and regenerative farming practices

  • do not use harmful pesticides or GMOs

  • ensure our food and soil is healthy and vibrant today and for years to come

  • value their local community and care deeply about their neighbors and customers

Local Food Share Farmers
Kilt Farm

Niwot, Colorado

Kilt Farm, owned and operated by Michael Moss (who is constantly scene sporting a kilt), is a 30 acre farm in Boulder County. Kilt Farm focuses on the healthy soil and is dedicated to feeding his community nutrients dense food that will keep them healthy and happy. With over 100 varieties of vegetables, Kilt is one of our most vital partners.

Kilt Farm Website >

Hoffman Farms

Greeley, Colorado

Hoffman Farms is owned by Derrick and Hamnei Hoffman in Greely, Colorado, but the farm has a rich history dating back to 1947. Derrick grew up farming along side his family, while Hanmei grew up learning the traditional farming techniques used in China. Together, they focus on growing hops, vegetables and fruits, and stay busy with their bee-keeping.

Hoffman Farms Website >

Mini Veggie Share

Weekly (20 weeks): $282.60

Biweekly (10 weeks): $141.30

$14.13 per week

3-5 varieties each week - Great for individuals and couples who cook occasionally and want just a sampling of local produce each week.

Sample: 1 head of lettuce, 1 bunch of carrots, 1 bunch of radishes, 2 onions

Fruit Share

Weekly (20 weeks) $165.20

Biweekly (10 weeks): $82.60

$8.26 per week

Quantity varies - Great for those who love Colorado peaches, cherries, melons, apples, pears and more!

Sample: 5 peaches and 12 mini plums

Egg Share

Weekly (20 weeks): $130.40

Biweekly (10 weeks): $65.20

$6.52 per week

1 dozen eggs from pasture raised chickens with free range to wander the country side. Antibiotic and hormone free, from City Farm in Montrose, CO.

Mushroom Share (Regular or Large)

Weekly (20 weeks): $150 reg, $275 lrg 

Biweekly (10 weeks): $75 reg, $137 lrg

$7.50 per week reg, $13.75 lrg.

Regular: 5 oz. fresh mushrooms; Large: 10oz fresh mushrooms - Delicious, sustainably grown mushrooms from Mile High Fungi. Rotating variety each week.​

Bread Share

Weekly (20 weeks): $140

Biweekly (10 weeks): $70

$7 per week

1 loaf of delicious, freshly baked bread by Rebel Bread or Mama and the Fig. Alternating varieties, ranging from sourdough, to focaccia, challah and bagels.

*Evergreen Location Only: Share will alternate between bread on Biweekly A weeks and granola on Biweekly B weeks from 'Mama and the Fig'.

Flower Share

Weekly (8 weeks): $285.70

Biweekly (4 weeks): $142.85

$28.57 per week

One beautiful flower bouquet per week. Flowers are grown locally and sustainably by the Lakewood Growers Collective.

 

Available for 10 week from Jul. 22 -Sept. 25.

GoFarm works to transform our local food system into one that is thriving, environmental sustainable, and equitable for all. Through our three program areas, we support and mentor local farmers, make healthy food more affordable and accessible to under-resourced communities, and connect people with where their food comes from.

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