This innovative project is riding a wave of interest from people who are wanting to produce food and sell it to locally to people who care about the source, flavor, sustainability and health of the food they eat.
Local? It varies, depending on the food or product, but grapes from Chile aren’t local to the Front Range of Colorado.
Foods? Certainly vegetables grown near enough to be farm trucked one step in to the place where someone can buy them. But more than that: honey, eggs, beef and mutton and poultry, salsa, jams and jellies, breads and pasta!
Campus? Bringing it all together in one place, where people can package and process, market and plan, buy and eat, celebrate and learn, all in one place. And if that place has historical agricultural roots … all the better.
Local. Foods. Campus.