Denver CSA Fair

Find Your Farmer at Local CSA Fairs

This spring, Local Food Shift Group is partnering to create Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fairs in three locations along the Front Range—in downtown Ft. Collins on March 1, downtown Boulder on March 15, and in Denver on March 25.

The Denver CSA Fair on Tuesday, March 25, 5pm-8pm at The Horse Barn, 1031 33rd St., Denver is produced by Denver Urban Gardens, Grow Local Colorado, Slow Food Denver and Veterans to Farmers. “By creating this one-time event where farmers can secure shareholders early in their planning and decision-making, we help them save valuable outreach time and resources,” reports Dana Miller of Grow Local Colorado. “We love being part of their success!”

Local Food Shift Group, a Boulder-based nonprofit, supports CSA Fairs as part of their mission to strengthen community-based food systems and foster regional food security and resiliency. For more information on CSA Fairs and other farm/food events, visit www.LocalFoodShift.com/event or call 303-494-1521.

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