Tucked along the banks of the Coal Creek with majestic views of the Continental Divide, our little urban farm is a pastoral oasis in the city of Lafayette, Colorado, and home to goats, chickens, and horses. The harvest from our organically grown field goes directly to our five local restaurants. We also host a full schedule of Community Farm Dinners during the growing months, as well as a full series of herbal and homesteading workshops throughout the season to deepen the connection between our community and the traditional skills of living off the land.
Workshops + Dinners
Monday March 12, 6 pm - 8 pm Using herbs to increase health and vitality for our animal friends...read more
Saturday May 12, 10 am - 12 pm May is the perfect time to start seeds for your gardens. In this...read more
Come tour the most recent Lafayette Open Space acquisition – a six acre property along Coal Creek...read more
Start the Summer Right with our first dinner of the year, the Summer Solstice Farm Dinner. Join us...read more
Recent Articles and Recipes
Elderberry syrup is a time-tested remedy for flus and colds. The elderberry has been used for centuries, offering deep support for the immune system. When used at the onset of illness, elderberry can prove active at the cellular level with anti-viral activity and has...
What is a liniment? A liniment is an herbal remedy that is used topically to help alleviate pain in sore muscles and soft tissues. It’s usually made with either rubbing alcohol or witch hazel, so the herbs can be easily and quickly absorbed into the skin. Oils can...
Folks are learning more and more that the dangers of commercial sunscreen may outweigh the benefits. Many sunscreens have toxic ingredients, that can cause skin problems. In fact, skin cancer rates have risen and many reports indicate that sunscreens may actually...