Pachamama Farm & Wellness is a beautiful farm nestled in the foothills of Boulder County. The farm is 38 diverse acres of which 2 are cultivated for vegetables and 10 for alfalfa pasture. In addition to annual crops, a 4-year-old medicinal and culinary herb garden contains over 40 different plant species. We also have 26 heritage breed chickens that happily roam and graze on our land.
At Pachamama Farm & Wellness, we strive to enhance the well-being of our community by producing pure food and medicinal herbs using organic methods, offering educational programs, and providing healing arts services in Nature. We hope to inspire all people to align with the natural rhythms of the Earth, deepen people's ecological consciousness and self-awareness, promote a reverence for the sacred act of farming and the art of healing, and provide a model for living balanced and sustainable lifestyles in harmony with Nature.
We are currently offering a Weekly and Bi-Weekly CSA, as well as special add-ons. Join us to get a weekly dose of vibrant, nutrient-rich veggies, fruit, and more! You can find our produce at various restaurants in Boulder and Denver all of which are committed to supporting local farmers. Our medicinal herbs can be found at Rebecca's Apothecary and the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism in Boulder. For more information about our farm, staff, and offerings, visit www.pachamamafarm.com
Season: June through September
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 60
Full Share: Full Share feeds 4-5 people Cost: $500
Work Req? No
Having been part of two other CSAs in the past, I cannot say enough good things about this wonderful family farm! We've received generous quantities a wide variety of fresh, delicious veggies throughout the growing season.... [more]
This summer was my first experience with a CSA and choosing Pachamama for my provider was a very lucky gamble. The produce was always fresh and always in generous amounts.... [more]
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I've had other CSA farm shares and this has been, unequivocally, the best! The variety, the amount and the quality of the food we got from Pachamama in 2009 has been terrific.... [more]