The Holistic Homestead has been working from the grassroots up since 2013 to Build Healthy Communities through education, outreach, and advocacy. But we haven’t made it this far on our own steam! It has taken thousands of volunteer hours, a growing network of members, sponsors, and philanthropists who believe in our mission to improve health and wellness by empowering our community.
Farmers Markets don’t happen magically – it takes a lot of work, and a lot of people to come together! Read about WHY farmers markets are so important for every community, and HOW you can help us keep putting on this great event!
Sometimes it’s hard to quantify the benefit of choosing to shop at small, local markets rather than “big box” stores in the cities. There is no ready formula for the “Return On Investment” that our community enjoys because the Homestead is stocked and open to the public six days a week. We do, however, have some compelling data.
Delight your special someone with a gourmet candle-light meal served in a private room with a mountain view! Everything is vegan, gluten free and organic, and freshly prepared just for your Valentine’s date.
We acknowledge and honor the Ute, Shoshone, Cheyenne, and Arapaho peoples who were the original caretakers of this land. It’s up to all of us to live in harmony with our environment through compassion, self-sufficiency, initiative, sustainability and chutzpah!
The Holistic Homestead is a Membership Based and Volunteer Powered nonprofit that is the fastest growing grassroots movement in the county! We currently have over 200 members on our roster, and it is because of our members that we keep … Read more
Don’t miss our Labor Day Weekend Farmers Market this year at the Gilpin County Fairgrounds! 12 vendors, 3 live bands, face painting, fresh produce, local crafts, FOOD and contests! I love that our Board of Directors came up with the … Read more
The Homestead will remain open Thursdays through Sundays from 10-3 for the next several weeks. Read how we’re protecting our customers and offering extra support and resources to our community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last Thursday we hosted Professor Bill Simpson for a potluck “Agape Feast” here at the Homestead, as part of our annual Winter Retreat. It was a wonderful gathering with delicious food and lively conversation. Professor Simpson talked about his recent … Read more
Today’s reading comes to us from Melissa Freeman of Mountain Zen Candles in Nederland, Colorado. Melissa’s hand-made chakra candles correspond to seven energetic centers in our spiritual bodies, with the associated color, vibration, sound, and scent. Her candles are on … Read more