We offer opportunities for individuals and families from our community to experience their food in a whole new way through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), farm plot hosting, and a weekly surplus market.
When you become a member of our CSA, you're purchasing a "share" of vegetables from our farm. Weekly, from May until October (or until the farm stops producing), we will deliver your share of produce to a convenient pick up location here in Highlands Ranch.
When you participate in our CSA, your support helps your local farmer because you are buying locally; you are buying the freshest food for your family that is produced using natural methods. Because we use no pesticides or herbicides you are getting affordable healthy food for you and your family all while helping protect the environment.
Flavor discovery and experimentation is made possible through your weekly share. You will have the opportunity to try some new food or varietites and learn how to cook them in new and different ways. Because your family can volunteer in the farm plots, they will be exposed and encouraged to try new foods. If you have children like ours, the best way to get them to try something new is to learn about it or be involved in it first.
Our 2018 shares are $375 for the growing season. The season will be anywhere from 20-26 weeks long.
Secure your 2018 share now!
One 2 Grow On Farm is a farm that exists at multiple locations. We love to farm backyards and other unused spaces to grow fresh and natural produce. We then sell that produce to the Highlands Ranch community.
If you are a property owner or homeowner living within 2 miles of the Highlands Ranch Town Center with a large yard and would like to have a closer relationship with your food, we would love to work with you. Gain food share credit for every square foot of growing space you have available to share.
We look for morning sun, a secure yard absent of rabbits, level area that is at least 10.5 feet by 15 feet, is near an outdoor water spout, and does not receive water via sprinkler or sprinklers can be diverted. Water control is important for growing and grass requirements are very different from those of produce.
We currently have all our yards for the 2018 growing season, but I am looking for additional locations for 2019!
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