At the Farm

Farm to Table Dinners

This is a great opportunity to interact with the farm and the local food movement. Come on out and see where and how the food is grown. Then watch expert chefs turn that very food into an exquisite meal on the spot. For an upcoming schedule, follow the links below or check our facebook page. Reservations, planning and payment are all made directly thru Meadow Lark Farm Dinners http://www.farmdinners.com/ . Farm Dinner season is from mid June until mid-September.

2017 Farm Dinners with Meadow Lark Farm Dinners:

 Meadow Lark Farm Dinner Dates:
  • Thursday, June 15th
  • Saturday, July 1st (vegetarian)
  • Thursday, July 27
  • Saturday, August 19th (vegetarian)

All tickets and inquiries are handled through http://www.farmdinners.com/.  Please visit their website soon, as they offer tickets on a lottery system.  Each month’s dinners go on sale the 1st of the previous month so it is important to plan ahead for these popular diners.

 
 

2017 Farm Dinners with Farmer Girl
(of Farmer Girl restaurant in Lyons)

Farmer Girl Farm Dinner Dates:
  • Saturday, August 26th
  • Saturday, September 23rd
This will be our second year working with Farmer Girl and we love what they do!
Check them out HERE!
For inquiries or reservations please contact Farmer Girl at bocofarmergirl@gmail.com or call the Farmer Girl Restaurant in Lyons 303.823.5856.
 

 

 

Farm Tours

Tours are a great way to introduce a large group to the local food system. Here at the farm we offer a limited number of guided tours. A typical tour will last about 1.5 hours and will discuss things like greenhouse growing, season extension, crop rotation, biodynamic farming, compost building, succession planting, post-harvest handling, packing, marketing and distribution. All guests will have the opportunity to get their hands dirty if they want.
There is a $15 fee per person with a minimum of $150/tour. For large groups please contact us for special rate.

Volunteer Opportunities

Come volunteer to see the farm in action! Volunteering on the farm can be a lot of fun and is incredible, hard work. All volunteers are assigned to work with a crew leader for a 2-4 hour shift. Every day/hour is different on the farm so be prepared for Hot, Cold, Dry, Wet, and buggy all in the same day. Please wear appropriate clothing including proper shoes, socks, hat and gloves. Please bring your own food and water. Potable water is available.  Contact us via email with inquiries. Small Groups can also be scheduled.

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