UrbiCulture Community Farms

UrbiCulture Community Farms is a multi-plot farm committed to providing food to people of all income levels by sustainably growing affordable, local food in the Denver metro area. We engage our community by educating our youth and neighbors on growing food and promoting healthy, active lifestyles, beautifying our neighborhoods with edible landscapes, and lessening the distance from farm to plate.

Our CSA program works differently than most other CSAs. At the beginning of the season, members still pay for a full share or a half share. However, instead of a picking up a pre-packed box of vegetables we allow you to choose what produce to take home from the array of seasonal vegetables that line the tables at our pick up locations. Signs will be displayed that guide you in the selection and quantity of vegetables to choose from. Pre-packed shares will still be an option. Our growing season is approximately 20 weeks long and begins at the end of May. Delivery by bike is available for a fee.

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Listing last updated on Feb 28, 2013

UrbiCulture Community Farms is a multi-plot farm committed to providing food to people of all income levels by sustainably growing affordable, local food in the Denver metro area. We engage our community by educating our youth and neighbors on growing food and promoting healthy, active lifestyles, beautifying our neighborhoods with edible landscapes, and lessening the distance from farm to plate.



Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  40

Full Share:  We offer three levels of membership. sponsor (you pay for your own plus add a little extra to off set a low income share), regular and low income. Sponsor $600 for a full share and $300 for a half. Regular $400 for a full share and $200 for a half. Lo

1/2 Share:  $240 1/2 $480 Full Share

Work Req?  No




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I have been a member of the UrbiCulture CSA for three years now. Candice and Jon have created a great community. My weekly pick up usually takes longer than expected.... [more]

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