CO Farm and Food Alliance
The Colorado Farm & Food Alliance mission is to encourage the availability of healthy, locally sourced foods to all communities in Colorado paired with a core message and actions to support a sustainable local food system.
By educating rural and urban communities from “farm to table” we bring a call to action along with locally sourced food and drink, to the tables of Coloradans across the state.
Our partners are businesses and associations, family farms and farm markets, local restaurants and food producers, rural food and economic development groups, that understand protecting Colorado’s environment protects our family farm and local food economy.
Colorado's Local Food Economy
Supporting Colorado’s Small Farm & Local Food Economy
Colorado’s Lands & Water Advocacy
Protecting Healthy Watersheds, Lands, and Local Food System
Climate & Colorado Food Security
Building Resilient & Sustainable Food Secure Communities
Colorado Farm & Food Alliance for Resource Balance is incorporated as a Colorado non-profit organization.
We are currently taking donations through our non-profit (501 (c) 3) fiscal sponsor and partner: The Learning Council, payable to: Colorado Farm & Food Alliance, Mail to C/O MWS PO Box 1864 Paonia, CO 81428
"What we are doing in this valley, with agritourism, preserving sustainable, family farms, is important—and it depends on keeping this place intact. Some places are important as is, and oil and gas development doesn’t fit with what is already there and working. We shouldn’t just drill anywhere, instead we need to identify places that are important to Colorado and protect them."
-Scott Horner, Small Potatoes Farm and CSA
This American Land: North Fork Gas Fight
National series visits Colorado’s North Fork valley to talk with local agricultural operators about recent efforts to lease public lands around farms, ranches, towns and water supplies for oil and gas drilling and fracking.
Thanks for checking out the Colorado Farm and Food Alliance campaign page. We appreciate all of your support in helping us protect our beautiful state!
Also, just because it's a little confusing, Pete Kolbenschlag is acting as the Colorado Farm and Food Alliance financial administrator, however all proceeds are going towards funding the non-profit.
Thanks again for your generous contribution!