The Chatfield CSA at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield
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Chatfield Farm Update

Posted 4/27/2015 12:33pm by Josie Hart-Genter.

 Hi Everyone,

Happy Spring! We are so grateful for all this moisture! Mid-May we will start sending out a weekly e-News to share updates of what's going on down at the farm. We are expecting to start both of our weekly distributions towards the last week of May OR the first week of June. We have planted our cool season crops and they are starting to size up! Broccoli, onion, kale, chard and lettuces have all been transplanted. Beets, carrots, salad mix, hakurei turnips, bok choy and broccoli rabe (just to name a few) have been seeded and they are popping up over the soil.

Each distribution will be 4-7 p.m. Please bring your own bags and we suggest recycled salad containers or ziplocks for your greens. The whole process will take about ten minutes and as we add produce it may take more time to go through the pickup line.

York St. pickup: please park on the top level of the parking garage between York and Josephine streets directly across from the main entrance of Denver Botanic Gardens. Our tables will be at the south end of the top level.

Chatfield pickup: please park in the upper dirt lot and walk down past the ranch buildings to our wash stand (right after the chicken coop on the left).

We cannot accommodate early pickups and will always open right at 4 p.m.

If you have questions please email .

Thank you everyone and we will see you soon!


LeeAnne Dale said,
5/21/2015 @ 8:43 pm
It is nearing the end of May and I have not yet received any emails or updates as to when the first pick-up is going to be. I just want to make sure that my email (which changed in February) was updated for this email updates as well. Thanks
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