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
Jones Farm Organics Fourth and fifth generation farmers raising Certified Organic specialty potatoes (14 varieties), heirloom wheat, pasture-raised chickens, and hemp. Call for information. Potatoes, Wheat, Chickens, Hemp Sarah Jones 11221 E County Rd. 110 N (720) 690-7348 http://www.jonesfarmsorganics.com Agritourism, Certified Organic, Commercial Pesticide-Free, GMO-Free, Holistic Land Management, Humane Animal Treatment, Regenerative, Vendor to VRFH Alamosa Hooper
Life Origins Micro Farms Locally grown fresh organic and non GMO grown Micro greens and vegetables. Grown free from any type of pesticides and ready to eat. Offering various dried chilies. Microgreens (Broccoli, Brussel sprouts, Speckeled Peas, Sunflowers, Clover, Rambo Radish, Lettuce, and Beets). Veggies: zucchini, calabasitas, Onions, cucumber, Beets, Radishes, Lettuce, kale, and peas. Chilie from Chimio New Mexico: Pequin, Cariba, jalapeño flakes, Chipotle powder, and Jalapeño powder. Microgreens, veggies, chile Larry Medina 226 9th St. (719) 496-6347 M-F 9-5 Commercial Pesticide-Free, GMO-Free, Organic Practices Alamosa Alamosa
Tierra Sana Organic Produce by Antonio Garcia Organic high-altitude practices with native non-GMO San Luis Valley seeds. Cooperative Rio Grande Farm Park farmer and at-home gardener, with various veggies including San Luis heirloom family varieties of spinach and garlic from Mama Daisy's seeds and the next generation of the San Luis bolita bean grown in Alamosa at the Rio Grande Farm Park for three years. Veggies Antonio Garcia & Sandy Ortega Rio Grande Farm Park (719) 588-8195 or (719) 588-8706 Agritourism, GMO-Free, Organic Practices Alamosa Alamosa
White Mountain Farm Certified Organic quinoa and potatoes, and organically grown garden produce in the summer. Available through the Mosca Pit Stop and the Valley Roots Food Hub. Quinoa, Potatoes, Veggies Paul New Mosca Pit Stop Hwy 17 (719) 378-2345 Mon-Sat 7am - 7 pm http://www.whitemountainfarm.com Certified Organic, Vendor to VRFH Alamosa Mosca
White Shell Mountain Ranch We use natural practices as much as possible with our animals and produce. Our bath and body products are made in small batches to ensure consistent quality. The goat milk soaps and lotions are made with farm fresh goat milk. We are building a sustainable farm life, in the hopes to give back as much support as possible to the community. Chicken & Duck Eggs, Goat Milk Soaps & Lotions, Natural Fibers Amity Nicholson (719)937-9754 By Appointment Find us on Facebook & Instagram Alamosa Alamosa
Jack Rabbit Hollow Farm Jack Rabbit Hollow Farm produces organic fruits, vegetables, and eggs. We are dedicated to land stewardship, sustainability, and are 100% off-grid and no kill. Our ranch serves as a wildlife & farm animal sanctuary & our producers are guaranteed retirement. Fruits, Veggies, Eggs, Compost Abe Rosenberg PO Box 13 / 773 River Ranch Rd (719) 992-1432 By Appointment http://www.jackrabbithollow.com Agritourism, Biodynamic Practices, Commercial Pesticide-Free, GMO-Free, Holistic Land Management, Humane Animal Treatment, Organic Practices, Permaculture, Regenerative, Vendor to VRFH Conejos Antonito
Lionel & Michelle Valdez Range fed lamb "on the hoof"or delivered for processing. Herd returns from the mountains in mid-September. Place order by September 1st. Lamb Lionel & Michelle Valdez 10418 County Rd Y, La Jara (719) 274-5822 Humane Animal Treatment Conejos La Jara
Nitschka ter Kuile & Steve Miller Honoring the relationship between animals and the environment. With good will and healthy produce, Nitschka and Steven have CSAs available for goat milk, cheese, kefir, and yogurt products. Grass-fed beef raised in the summer months in the high mountain valleys, sold as halves and quarters. You need to reserve way in advance. Beef, Goat, Dairy, Eggs Nitschka Ter Kuile 9790 County Rd Y, La Jara (719) 588-6621 By Appointment Agritourism, Biodynamic Practices, Commercial Pesticide-Free, GMO-Free, Holistic Land Management, Humane Animal Treatment, Organic Practices, Permaculture, Regenerative Conejos La Jara
Ab Yoder Fresh eggs from free-range chickens with plenty of space to roam. Call to order directly from us. Eggs Ab Yoder 5190 E County Rd. 8 S, Monte Vista (719) 852-2117 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Commercial Pesticide-Free, GMO-Free, Humane Animal Treatment, Vendor to VRFH Rio Grande Monte Vista
Grande Island Bison A happy herd of grass-fed buffalo, wandering the pastures from birth to harvest producing delicious hormone-free lean meat. Various cuts, roasts, and ground meat available; also wholes, halves, and quarters. Call before visiting. Bison Kevin Off 0892 County Rd. 14, Del Norte (719) 657-3439 offfamilyranch.com/natural-bison-meat Biodynamic Practices, Certified Organic, Commercial Pesticide-Free, GMO-Free, Holistic Land Management, Humane Animal Treatment, Organic Practices, Permaculture, Regenerative, Vendor to VRFH Rio Grande Del Norte