Support Our Work
We depend on our community for financial support so we can continue to offer our services into the future. If you can support us today, get in touch or click to donate. We are fiscally sponsored by NYFC, which means that your donation is tax-deductible.
Donations for Operational Expenses have been match by a generous local donor!
Our chapter currently funds dignified stipends for our 6 farmer leaders as well as a fair wage for our Chapter Coordinator. These roles are essential for the continuation of our chapter's services and are often not covered by programmatic grants. Your donation today will meaningfully contribute to our chapter's ability to carry forth the services that we offer.
* Note: Unless noted in a written agreement between the donor and our leadership board that donations are to be used for an explicit and pre-determined use, donations received will be used at the complete discretion of the board to include coverage of programmatic costs, operational expenses, etc. Allocations of funds can be made available to the public upon request.
Boulder County, Colorado has a burgeoning agricultural community. Yet, as the average age of farm owners in our county exceeds 60 years old and continues to rise on an annual basis, it is pertinent that the next generation of producers is provided with the resources, advocacy, education, and community networks necessary to successfully start their own viable agribusiness and steward our lands.
FYFC exists to do just that.
How Funding is Spent:
Consultants and Professional Services
Insurance and Office Supplies
Events and Meetings
Impacts of Our Work:
Farmers in our Community Paid for their Expertise
Annual Community Events
Producers Educated by other Local Producers
Hours of Educational Content Captured
Who You're Supporting:
The Flatirons Young Farmers Coalition (FYFC) is a growing group of farmers and ranchers: beginning, aspiring, established, young and old alike, committed to tending the land and cultivating community.
FYFC provides educational and social opportunities for growers to learn and network, and is united as one strong voice in local, state, and national policy work to ensure the future of agriculture.