Grant Farms is based just north of Fort Collins near Wellington, Colorado, nestled in the plains beneath the beautiful Rocky Mountains. We are deeply committed to growing healthy, delicious food and to being responsible stewards of our land and the people that work on our farm. It is our goal to transform and improve our food system to a more economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable model one bite at a time.
In 1974, Andy and Lew committed to transform our farm to the organic growing method. Their commitment at that time was revolutionary. Our farm was the first to be certified organic by the State of Colorado. Since then, we have become a national leader in the production of high quality certified organic vegetables and grains. We invite your neighbors in Colorado and Wyoming to be a part of our farm through our community-supported agriculture (CSA) program.
We grow over 150 varieties of vegetables and 34 varieties of heirloom beans and corn. We grow our vegetables for our CSA and the fresh wholesale market. On our farm, we also raise pastured poultry for organic egg production (you can find our Owl Canyon Eggs at local Whole Foods Markets), and build community through our community gardens and our CSA program. Through our CSA we provide egg shares from our poultry, as well as goods from local growers we support and collaborate with, such as mushrooms, fruit (from orchards on the Western Slope), microgreens, and cheese. We also offer a 14-week season of vegetable shares.