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. Become a CSA member and receive fresh, organically grown produce from the first Thursday in June through November. Free range eggs, chickens, and pasture raised Pork are also available for purchase. In addition to annual fields and perennial gardens, the farm is home to a greenhouse, hoop houses, a future aquaponics center, and vineyard, as well as a menagerie of chickens, turkeys, dogs, and pigs.
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