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On Monday, April 13, the Local Foods Campus coalition, supported by over 50 citizens, presented an update to the Westminster City Council on the progress of this innovative project.

We want to sincerely thank all of those who left their homes to travel to the Westminster City Council Chambers to demonstrate their support for our Plan. We also want to thank those many, many other supporters who could not make to the meeting last night, but who have shared their support for our Plan by email, phone calls and Facebook posts. Your support and thoughts are fundamental to our eventual success in bringing convenient and affordable healthy foods to the Hidden Lake Shopping Center at 72nd & Sheridan – located within the South Sheridan Urban Renewal Area (URA).

Many of the organizers and volunteers spoke, as well as a few friends we didn’t even know we had!

There’s something about Local Food and Local Government that just seems to go hand-in-hand.

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The Local Foods Campus


We are an incredible new partnership created to bring about a strong and sustainable regional and local food hub. Creating vibrant local food companies, supply chains, and access to ensure affordable, healthy, local food to Colorado Front Range citizens are the top priories of the project. The Local Foods Campus positively impacts the community through education, farming, food distribution and food production. We all need to eat, and the Local Foods Campus will inform and educate as to the delicate interconnectedness of food, community, economy, and the environment.

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