Woolly Goat Farm
Woolly Goat Farm is small ecologically-focused farm in northwest Fort Collins specializing in pesticide-free, bee-friendly heirloom vegetables and edible flowers. We offer a market-style CSA 10 months of the year, as well as food and farmcraft workshops, pick-your-own flowers, and farmyard animal visits.
Sproutin’ Up works to improve the lives of children and teens living in under-resourced neighborhoods in Fort Collins. We do this, in part, by training teens to have their first job on our organic CSA farm. The farm provides a market-style CSA to families looking to eat healthy while making a difference in their community.
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.
The Growing Project
The Growing Project is a nonprofit formed to address the issue of food insecurity in Fort Collins through unique programming focused on food production, food education, and food distribution within marginalized and at-risk populations.
Garden Sweet offers a Farm Stand CSA & Pick-Your-Own near Old Town Fort Collins, growing veggies, berries, flowers and herbs since 2002! Garden Sweet’s quality produce is also available at local restaurants and farmers markets in Ft Collins.
Why join Garden Sweet CSA? Because you are actively participating in your local system by voting with your food dollars to:
Eat the freshest food available
Preserve local agriculture and open space
Support local farmers and the local economy
Enhance the spirit of community in your area
Make a direct connection with your farmer!
Laughing Buck Farm a place- “Where we inspire a love for farming, horsemanship, gardening, and nature
through the rhythms of the seasons and hands-on learning and play– all in an outdoor, farm setting.”
At Slow Water Farm we are lovers of nature, good food, intentional community, and feeding our bodies and minds with homegrown goodness. We are a community that has a passion for healthy organic farming, spending time giving back to our soil and keeping our ecosystem healthy all while learning to grow our own vegetables and expand our visions into working projects. We are not professional farmers, but gardeners who went big. Visit www.SlowWaterFarm.com