Growing Food, Friends & Futures
Nestled in Colorado’s historical Valmont Butte, 63rd St. Farm is located only a few minutes from downtown Boulder, but feels like it’s miles away. Amanda and Brian Scott founded the farm in 2007 and have transformed it into a thriving community, through sustainable agriculture, and a commitment to health, wellness, and lifelong learning.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Become a CSA member and receive fresh, organically grown produce from the Last Thursday in May through November. Free range eggs, chickens, Grass fed lamb & beef as well as pasture raised Pork are available for purchase. In addition to annual fields and perennial gardens, the farm is home to a greenhouse, hoop houses, a future aquaponics center, and vineyard, as well as a menagerie of chickens, turkeys, dogs, and pigs. CSA MEMBERSHIP >>
Mingle & Feast
Join us Thursdays for our CSA pick-up days and enjoy local wine, fresh brick-oven pizza, and live music (when scheduled). We also offer Seed-to-Table dinners where you can feast in the company of friends while enjoying the farm life, waterscapes, and an amazing view of the mountains. MINGLE & FEAST >>
Visit & Learn
Visitors are always welcome! Bring a group of your friends or students on tour, or roll up your sleeves and volunteer for a day and experience farm life first-hand. Through our connections with some of Boulder’s leading institutions, we also offer a variety of workshops, including farm-to-table culinary classes, permaculture design, and botanical nutrition…infuse your senses and learn a new skill! VISIT & LEARN >>