The Growing Project (TGP) is a nonprofit formed to address the issue of food insecurity in Fort Collins, Colorado through unique programming focused on food production, food education, and food distribution. Focusing on working with marginalized and at-risk populations, The Growing Project is inspired to build and manage community gardens in low-income neighborhoods and local nonprofits, develop youth and adult programming in the garden and in natural areas, and grow and donate thousands of pounds of healthy vegetables annually through community oriented distribution channels.Raisin’ Roots Farm is located at Taft Hill & Vine in Fort Collins, Colorado and home to over 40 delicious varieties of produce. We offer Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares May through October. We use heirloom and organic varieties grown in our carefully amended soil. Using companion planting among crops and varieties enables us to maintain a diverse ecosystem full of beneficial insects. We welcome volunteers and love to educate about the joys and importance of pesticide-free vegetable growing.
Native Hill Farm is a four season, family run, diversified, and intensive vegetable farm located in north Fort Collins, Colorado. We strive to cultivate the freshest and highest quality, naturally grown produce for our neighbors. We farm year round using innovative and sustainable growing practices with a focus on passive season extension techniques, innovation, cover cropping, energy efficiency, and water conservation. We are committed to preserving and encouraging the rich agrarian heritage of this high desert place we call home.A small sustainable farm serving Fort Collins, Colorado for 15 years. Garden Sweet is best known for their delicious strawberries. Their market-style Community Supported Agriculture Membership gives you the convenience and flexibility of choosing the produce you want, on your schedule.
Copia Permaculture CSA is based on a 3/4 acre plot just north of Fort Collins. We grow heirloom vegetables using a variety of permaculture and regenerative agriculture techniques. We use no chemical insect or weed control products, striving for a “beyond organic” approach. Share pick-ups will be every Saturday at the FoCo Cafe in downtown Ft. Collins. We offer “market style” shares, meaning you get to choose the veggies you like best. All leftover CSA produce will be donated to the Cafe or Food Bank.