What’s Fresh!

  • Week of 4/15/21

    We’ve increased the shares! Full shares now get 2 pounds of greens, 4 pounds of roots, and 8 pieces of fruits! Half shares get 1 pound of greens, 2 pounds of roots, and 4 pieces of fruit.

    What counts as greens?
    Avocados, celery, brussel sprouts, spinach, broccoli, yellow squash, shitake mushrooms, sugar snap peas, heirloom tomatoes (yes, I know avocados and tomatoes are technically fruits….)
    What counts as roots?
    Carrots, beets, red and yellow onions, garnet yams, garlic, yukon potatoes and butternut squash (even though they aren’t technically root vegetables 😉 )
    What counts as fruit?
    Fuji and honeycrisp apples, bananas, clementines, blood oranges, lemons
    Can I include items from the sale basket in my share?
    YES! Sale items are BOGO (2 for 1) for all shares 🙂
    When is the BEST time to get my share?
    ANYTIME we are open! We are now getting deliveries every Wednesday and Friday morning to make sure we are stocked with a variety of beautiful, fresh, organic produce throughout the week!
    What are you ordering for Friday?
    Here’s what’s on my list: berries, parsley, cilantro, garlic, ginger, limes, edible flowers…..feel free to call the Market at 303.582.3001 to get the latest, live update on what’s fresh!
    Do you take requests?

    YES! This is YOUR Market – feel free to email or call in your requests (or write them down next time you’re in) and I’ll do my best to bring it in. 🙂

    Check out our very well stocked shelves! 

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Did you know we are now receiving orders of fresh produce twice a week? The truck comes to the Homestead every Wednesday and Friday. You can always feel free to call ahead if you’re looking for something in particular (303) 582-3001.

EMAIL: orders@theholistichomestead.org for delivery (please get your orders by Sundays at 3 for delivery on Wednesday) or call (303) 582-3001 for curbside. 

If you are excited about our mission to increase health literacy, build healthy communities and advocate for the medically underserved we have many opportunities for you to GET INVOLVED in our growing community!

VOLUNTEER! When you volunteer 10 hours or more a month you get 20% off and some sweet volunteer perks like free samples and giveaways. Click here if you’d like to sign up for a weekly 2 hour shift: https://volunteersignup.org/B3LMQ We especially need help Wednesday afternoons taking donations to the Gilpin County Food Pantry and Sunday afternoons running the Free Food Pantry.

IN KIND DONATIONS are tax deductible and super helpful! We are currently in need of ice melt for the sidewalk and a new vacuum. Check out our updated wish list on our website https://theholistichomestead.org/donate/wish-list/

Adopt-a-family We currently serve 5-6 families a week from our free food pantry. Each week these families receive a bag filled with fresh produce and other healthy foods; each bag costs around $20 to fill. We are always happy to receive donations of shelf-stable dry and canned goods to fill up the bags, feel free to bring your items by the Market anytime! You can also Click here to make a recurring, monthly donation earmarked for our free food pantry!

You don’t have to be a member or purchase a share to shop but membership has its benefits!

What’s On Our Shelves?

Chocolate, granola, cereal, coffee, herbal teas, honey, maple syrup, molasses, apple butter, strawberry jam, fig spread, applesauce, 
Bhakti Chai, alternative milks, nut butters, natural juices, sugar, rolled oats, chips, coconut, vanilla, yeast, baking powder, baking soda, pickles, relish, salad dressing, mustard, mayo, enchilada sauce, marinara, oils & vinegars, broths, soups, dry beans, flours, pasta, canned beans, canned tomato products, canned pumpkin, coconut milk, rice, quinoa, essentials for house and home including compostable bags, dish and laundry soap, toilet paper, paper towels, tissues, cold & flu, sore throat remedies, Vit C, D, Calcium, and Immunity Multis, Echinacea, Fire Cider, St. Joan’s Wort extract, essential oils, body salts, lotions, oils, soaps, deodorant, oral hygiene, sanitizer, & feminine hygiene.

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