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Community Food Share celebrates 5 years!

The Community Food Share started in 2018 with just a few crates of veggies, and now we have a whole cooler to fill! Help us keep our cooler stocked and our community healthy, join the CFS today!

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THIS is what a Community FOOD HUB looks like

Thanks to our collaboration with the Nederland Farmers Market, the Holistic Homestead has grown into a true Community Food Hub!

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3 Ways to Make your gift COUNT on #GivingTuesday2022

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#GivingTuesday2022 is November 29th! Make your gift count at the Holistic Homestead, a nonprofit dedicated to improving health and wellness through education, outreach and advocacy.

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Summer Update!

We’ve been busy here at the Homestead Summer 2022! Enjoy some of the highlights!

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Now Hiring Executive Director!

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The Holistic Homestead is currently looking for a new Executive Director to lead this fast-growing nonprofit into the next phase of our growth!

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Build Healthy Communities through Corporate Sponsorship

Corporate Sponsorship makes it possible for our nonprofit to build healthy communities through farmers markets, health fairs, and the produce food share program.

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Increase Health Literacy through Corporate Sponsorship

The more you know, the healthier you are! Sponsor the Homestead’s Health Literacy programming for a year and make a direct, positive impact on the health of our world!

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2021 Year In Review!

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2021 was an amazing year at the Homestead! Thank you for being a part of bringing health and wellness to our rural mountain community and beyond!

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Announcing the 2021 Homesteader of the Year!

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!

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Why I really started a nonprofit

I started the Homestead because it was what I needed the most in my life – and as it turns out lots of other folks needed the same thing, too.

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