Stonebridge Farm

Fresh organic vegetables; cooperative farm-centered community; and sustainability of local agriculture are the basic principles behind Stonebridge Farm, a 10-acre community-supported agricultural (CSA) farm located two miles east of Lyons, Colorado, on Hwy 66. Established in 1992 as the first CSA in Boulder County, Stonebridge offers seasonal memberships of organic produce, herbs, and flowers for pick up every Saturday from the second week of May to the end of October. Stonebridge is a share-the-harvest farm, meaning the weekly share of produce is determined by dividing what the garden yields equally among members rather than on the market value of the produce. 2014 Share price is $480; share size generally fits 2 adults or a family with small children.

Listing last updated on Jun 5, 2014

Besides CSA membership, Stonebridge offers viticulture classes in vineyard design, variety selection, pruning, harvesting, and winemaking for cold-hardy grapes that do well along the Front Range. Check out writing instruction and retreats in our renovated granary or purchase our memoir, A Bushel's Worth: An Ecobiography, in the Local Harvest shop!



Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  1992

# of Shares:  90

Full Share:  $465/6-month season

Work Req?  No



A Bushel's Worth: An Ecobiography
($14.95)
A memoir of reunion with a family's farming past through CSA and a call to action for local farmland preservation today.

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John and Kayann are all about building community and this is the ethos by which they run their home - Stonebridge Farm. My husand and I initially joined Stonebridge as paying members but soon became "farm-family members" after volunteering to work in the fields, planting and harvesting.... [more]

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