Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield has a community supporting agriculture (CSA) program.
We are a five-acre working farm located inside a 70-acre nature preserve and public garden along the banks of Deer Creek in southern Jefferson County, rich with history. The mission of the Chatfield CSA is to provide sustainably-grown, fresh produce to local communities while also connecting fresh food to Denver-area populations in need. We hope to offer more than a food distribution--a place to embrace local food wisdom and connect with like-minded people through classes, potlucks, farm events and volunteer opportunities or the farm stand.
As a farm that is open to the public, we strive to make our agricultural mission and practice accessible and transparent to educate and inspire offering a connection to our food.
Distribution is 4 - 7 p.m. weekly at both our York St. and Chatfield locations.
The Farm Stand at Denver Human Services is every Friday 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.