Let the Food Flourish.
Grow Local Colorado puts delicious, organic, local produce in the ground near you.
Grow Local Colorado has been tilling, planting and watering to harvest since 2009. Grow Local Colorado plants edible landscaping gardens throughout Denver, re-purposing city-owned park flowerbeds, the Governor's Mansion flowerbeds, and more, to inspire citizens to grow more of their own food. By enlisting volunteers through the Denver Metro area, too, Grow Local Colorado can get the man and woman power needed to plant, maintain and harvest each of the edible gardens. But, the kicker is that ALL of the food they grow and harvest is in turn donated to local food banks and other communities in need because while food may be easy for most of us to access, most of us still isn’t all of us. Led by Director Dana Miller and Project Coordinator Barbara Masoner, Grow Local also works to educate through demonstration gardens, a commitment to cleaner energy and so much more. Grow Local Colorado stands as a solution to so many growing (pardon the pun) concerns across our country, including food prices, civic beauty, healthier options, saving fuel, and environmental betterment. And Grow Local wants to make all of that possible and easy to propagate, for everyone under the sun.