Local Food Share Distribution

Local Food Share


Upcoming Season Details

2021 Summer Season: Jun 9 - Oct 22 (20 weeks)


2021 Spring Season: April 28 - May 26 (5 weeks) (sold out)

COVID-19 Update: We are committed to continuing to providing our community with fresh, healthy, local food throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We are doing our best to make food pickup the safest environment possible. Our staff and interns will be wearing masks, limiting person-to-person contact, and washing their hands diligently. We will operate a drive-thru model where we will pre-sort and pack your food for you. When you arrive to pick up your food and it is your turn in the drive-thru lane, we will place your food on our front table for you to grab!

2021 Summer Season

Season Dates: June 9 - October 22

Pickup Frequency: Weekly or biweekly (every other week)

Location Options: Downtown Golden, Centura Golden, Centura Arvada, Evergreen

Payment Options: Full payment upfront, 5 monthly installments, SNAP/EBT payment for 2 or 4 weeks at a time, Discount Share

Please Note: all orders are non-refundable. Read more about our shareholder policies.

Share Types

Descriptions of the shares below are just guidelines. The exact quantities and varieties each week depend on seasonality and availability from our local farmers. Items may vary between the different share options and locations each week, but we try our best to even it out over the course of the season, allowing every shareholder to taste a wide variety of what our farmers have to offer!

Large Veggie

Weekly (20 weeks): $700

Biweekly (10 weeks): $350

$35 per week

8-10 varieties per week - Great for families and those who cook and eat a lot of veggies at home!

Sample: 1 bunch Basil, 1 bunch Purple Carrots, 1 lb Green Beans, 5 Poblano Peppers, 2 lbs Yukon Gold Potatoes, 4 Tomatoes, 1 head Romaine Lettuce, 3 Summer Squash, 2 Bell Peppers, 1 Onion

Mini Veggie

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


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.


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'.


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.

Regular Veggie

Weekly (20 weeks): $460

Biweekly (10 weeks): $230

$23 per week

6-8 varieties per week - Great for couples and small families, as well as individuals who cook and eat a lot of veggies at home.

Sample: 1 bunch Basil, 1 bunch Purple Carrots, .5 lb Green Beans, 2 Bell Peppers, 1 lb Yukon Gold Potatoes, 2 Tomatoes, 1 head Romaine Lettuce, 2 Summer Squash


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

Mushrooms (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.​


Weekly (20 weeks): $137.00

Biweekly (10 weeks): $68.50

$6.85 per week

4 oz clamshell with a new variety of microgreens each week! Microgreens are delicious and packed with far more nutrients than mature vegetables.

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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