The Community Supported Agriculture Program at Chatfield Farms grows six acres of mixed vegetables along the banks of Deer Creek in southern Jefferson County. This beautiful wind-swept prairie has many uses: historical ranch, native gardens, a butterfly habitat house, lavender fields, event spaces, corn and pumpkin fields, organic vegetable farms and rustic open space.
We provide sustainably-grown fresh produce to our local communities while also reaching beyond our immediate area to bring fresh food to a wider, more diverse population. As a farm which is open to the public, we strive to make agriculture accessible to provide transparency in our growing practices, to educate and to inspire.
The Chatfield CSA has two weekly food distributions - onsite at Chatfield Farms and at Denver Botanic Gardens' York Street location for shareholders. We also operate weekly affordable farm stands at Denver Human Services and City of Denver locations. At farm stands, we host cooking demos and nutrition classes offered by Cooking Matters, and Double Up Food Bucks Colorado which gives SNAP customers twice the buying power to purchase fruits and vegetables.