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We Support
Young & Beginning Farmers
in Boulder County

What We Do

Get Young Farmers on the Land

Fundraising and Grants for Chapter Progress

Farm Tours, Workshops, & More

Pot-lucks, Parties, & Connection

Organizational Change and Inclusion

Get Involved:

  • Chicken Processing Demo
    Mon, Jul 11
    Long Table Farmstead
    Come learn and get hands-on at one of Long Table Farmstead's chicken slaughters this season.
  • Burning Issues: How to Prepare Your Farm/Ranch for the Next Wildfire
    Sat, Aug 20
    Left Hand Grange
    Wildfire is no longer a rare occurrence here on the Front Range, but this agricultural community has demonstrated time and time again that we are capable of resilience when we spend time to prepare and help our neighbors when they need it.

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Our members include current farmers and ranchers, aspiring farmers and ranchers, and advocates of local food systems. Membership is free and welcome to all who seek to support an accessible, equitable, and regenerative local food system in Boulder Valley.

Our chapter is lead by and designed for our membership of farmers and ranchers. We are a diverse group spanning various experience levels, ages, and production styles. In this diversity, our chapter helps our members access resources, build community, gain knowledge, and pursue dignified farming careers.

The Flatirons Young Farmers Coalition was founded in the fall of 2016. Since then, our chapter has continued to grow and is increasingly impactful within the farming community of the Flatirons region.

Do you care about building an accessible, equitable, and regenerative local food system in Boulder Valley? Support our chapter! Funds go directly into chapter programming, farmer leadership stipends, and other operational costs necessary to continue providing our value to our community. As a 501c3, your tax-deductible donation is crucial for our coalition building.