All Things Can Grow Again
I'm still not sure if this has been my best or craziest decision. Maybe both. I grew up in the suburbs outside of Denver, but my family farmed in Jefferson County until they lost their land for the construction of Bear Creek Reservoir. Now, I work in water issues in Colorado for farmers and ranchers, and started my own small farm in 2018. I don't know what this project will turn into, but I'm enjoying every day of it. Rebuilding the family farm one square foot at a time.
I focus on growing niche crops and selling them at farmers markets around the Denver Metro area. I grow different varieties of garlic, fingerling potatoes, winter squash, radishes, New Zealand spinach, cucamelons, and a variety of herbs. I also produce value-added products from my own produce, included black garlic, dry herbs mixes for soups and stews (bouquet garni), paprika, za'atar (a Middle Eastern spice mix), red pepper flakes, Italian seasoning, and Herbes de Provence.
There is a lot of interest among people as to how their food is grown. You can learn more about what practices I use and why.
See the different "patches" around town I am growing on. Everything is grown in Jefferson County, Colorado.
See where I am selling produce around town or if you want to purchase bulk orders.
10440 W. Fair Ave. Unit C
Littleton, CO 80127