63rd St. Farm

*The 63rd St. farm has been in the planning & developing process since 2005. We are located between the historic Valmont Butte & Mesa, only minutes from downtown Boulder. While renovating, developing and updating our property it has been our goal to design the 63rd St. Farm as a demonstration site for a full scale Permaculture based organic farm. Thankfully we have been farming with success since 2008 now and selling our crops to local restaurants. With such a growing demand for local farm fresh produce we implemented our 1st CSA program in 2010 for the Boulder community.

*Since its conception in 2005 the 63rd. St. Farm has had the intention of developing community by promoting health and wellness. With this intention it has been part of our model to not only provide food but to provide our guests with an environment that is conducive to health, wellness and a sustainable future.

Listing last updated on Jan 31, 2014

We are bringing the local community Certified Naturally Grown veggies at our Farm Stand with a "Pay What You Feel You Got" price. This is an honor system based farm stand to help feed local families who may not be able to afford to eat & those who love to eat! We are open certain days from 9ish to 7ish in the summer months. See you there!



Season:  June through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  150

Full Share:  23 Week Program: *Full Share = $30/week ($750/yr) feeds 3-5 people *Half Share = $17/week ($425/yr) feeds 1-3 people

1/2 Share:  $425

Work Req?  No




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63rd Street Farm is a lovely little oasis of nature just outside the bustle of town in Boulder. Brian Scott and Amanda Fish, owners of the farm and tenders of the land, are a young couple doing something few young people do today - growing food for their community! They have two dogs, some ducks, chickens, and goats, and they serve up fresh bundles of seasonal veggies every Thursday at their weekly CSA pick-up.... [more]

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