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)
63rd St. Farm is a Certified Naturally Grown CSA. Become a CSA member and receive fresh, organically grown produce from June through November. Free range eggs, chickens, and Sawhill Ranch grass fed beef are also available for purchase. In addition to annual fields and perennial gardens, the farm is home to a greenhouse, hoop houses, an aquaponics center (coming Summer 2013), a mushroom house, and vineyard, as well as a menagerie of chickens, turkeys, dogs, and pygmy goats. Eat Well >>
Mingle & Feast
Join us Thursdays for our CSA pick-up days and enjoy local wine, fresh brick-oven pizza, and live music (once a month or so). We also over 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 >>