Local Roots Guide

“On the following pages, you will meet the farmers and ranchers who are growing locally and making their abundance available to the good people of the San Luis Valley and beyond. . .

This guide is dedicated to those who till the earth and tend the animals: to those who grow their own food and to those who grow it for others. Thank you for the bountiful harvest.”

Heather Green

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Organization/Business NameDescriptionProducts OfferedPhotoContact PersonAddressPhoneHoursWebsiteIconsCountyCity
Badger Creek Ranch We are a working ranch and guest ranch located 45 minutes northeast of Salida, CO. We also sell our meat and eggs direct market and at the Salida and Canon City farmer’s markets. In 2021, we will be adding some greens and veggies to our offerings. Grass Fed Beef, Pastured Pork, Lamb, Chicken, Turkey, Eggs, Produce Chrissy and Dave McFarren PO Box 21, Coaldale (719) 837-2962 By Appointment http://www.badgercreekranch.com Agritourism, GMO-Free, Holistic Land Management, Humane Animal Treatment, Organic Practices, Regenerative Greater Foodshed Coaldale
Colorado Mountain Lavender Colorado Mountain Lavender is a family owned lavender farm at 7000 feet elevation in beautiful South Central Colorado. We grow and harvest lavender for beverage and food applications, fresh and dried lavender bundles for home and floral, and produce our own essential lavender oil for handcrafting lavender bath and skin products. Please follow us on instagram (@coloradomountainlavender) to learn more about farm tours, visiting our farm shop, and other locations where our lavender products may be purchased. Lavender Tandy or Melanie Key 5968 State Highway 69, Cotopaxi http://www.coloradomountainlavender.com Agritourism, Commercial Pesticide-Free Greater Foodshed Cotopaxi
Meadows Edge Farm We grow on 2 acres in Buena Vista. We have a CSA along with supplying local businesses with our produce. We do not use any herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers. While we are not certified organics, all of our growing practices are in line with organic standards. We consider ourselves stewards of the land, and as such prioritize the health of the soil and landscape. Veggies, Vegetables, CSA Kevin Korb PO Box 1252, Buena Vista (401) 714-1489 www.instagram.com/meadowsedgefarmbv/ Commercial Pesticide-Free, GMO-Free, Organic Practices, Regenerative Greater Foodshed Buena Vista
Poncha Creek Gardens Small market garden specializing in year round microgreen production and seasonal garden grown produce. Microgreens, Seasonal Garden Produce, Veggies, Farmstand Matt Croghan PO Box 654, Poncha Springs (720) 380-2121 By Appointment http://www.ponchacreekgardens.com Commercial Pesticide-Free, GMO-Free, Organic Practices, Permaculture, Regenerative, Vendor to VRFH Greater Foodshed Poncha Springs
Ring a Ding Farms Family owned farm specializing in vegetables, grains, seed, garlic, hay, and lamb. Vegetables, Grains, Garlic, Lamb Adam Ring (720) 530-5727 www.facebook.com/ringadingfarms Certified Organic Greater Foodshed Poncha Springs
Rocky Mountain Garlic We are certified Natural Grown, no till, Bio Intensive farm located in Chaffee County. Specializing in Garlic, also growing other vegetables for sale through our CSA program and Farm Stand. Garlic, Vegetables, CSA, Farm Stand Tiffany Collette 9241 County Road 156, Salida (719) 221-6943 Farmstand Open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-1pm at Salida Farmers Market http://www.rockymountaingarlic.com Biodynamic Practices, Commercial Pesticide-Free, Organic Practices, Permaculture, Regenerative Greater Foodshed Salida