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Know Where Your Food Comes From

The western slope of Colorado has a long tradition of passionate farmers.

For over a century the North Fork Valley has been home to an abundance of homesteads, farms, and orchards. In the early 1900s, prized Paonia fruit made its way all over the country via train packed in ice from the snowcaps. Today a culture of self-reliance, sustainability, and creativity continues in the valley. From cheese and grass-fed beef to organic peaches, biodynamically grown vegetables to honey – they all hale from this tiny, sparsely populated Colorado valley.

The farms that work with Vicki’s Fresh Food Movement are diverse in size, food, and personality, but they all have one thing in common: they grow some of the best food around.

 
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Ranchers at Colorado Pasture Raised Pork

Ranchers at Colorado Pasture Raised Pork

WHO WE PARTNER WITH

All our produce is sourced from local farms that use sustainable practices. They do not use sprays or pesticides on their crops. All meat is pasture raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics. Some farms are certified organic by the USDA, whilst others use organic practices without being certified.

 
Chris at Buckhorn Gardens

Chris at Buckhorn Gardens

HOW WE COLLABORATE

We collaborate with the best of the local food web to help the region of Southwestern Colorado become more self-sufficient to transition to a closed loop system.

 
 
Greenhouse at South River Aquaponics

Greenhouse at South River Aquaponics

HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT LOCAL FRESH FOOD

Buy choosing to shop with us you are a part of the #TheFreshFoodMovement. You are supporting the cause by choosing local with your consumer spending. Your food dollars stays on the Western Slope strengthening the regional economy.

 

Our Farmers

 
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Our Ranchers

 
 
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Our Artisans

 
 
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