The 2006 Farm Fresh Directory is available
The Colorado Department of Agriculture is pleased to present the 22nd edition of the Colorado Farm Fresh Directory, your complete guide to farmers’ markets and roadside stands in the state. It is our pleasure to help you locate fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables, along with other farm products.
This year’s Farm Fresh Directory is the largest ever, listing more than 100 farms and featuring 89 farmers’ markets across Colorado. These farms and farmers’ markets feature the highest-quality, Colorado-grown produce. Inside you will also find information about county fairs, agricultural festivals, extension offices as well as a crop calendar.
The directory also features agritourism information such as corn mazes, wineries, farm/ranch vacations and important contact information. Our goal is to encourage residents and visitors to experience Colorado agriculture. We hope you find this directory helpful and use it throughout the year.
Visit the Farm Fresh site at: http://www.ag.state.co.us/mkt/farmfresh/welcome.html.
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