Dava Parr of Fresh & Wyld prepares cutting edge comfort food for breakfast and weekend dinners from fresh, local, organic meats and produce grown right on our own four acres or from one of the many farms in Colorado’s most active natural farming region.
Since 1999, 100% grass-fed beef. Certified by both The American Grassfed Association and Animal Welfare Approved. No added hormones, antibiotics, herbicides, pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Never confined in a feedlot.
Sustainably grown salad greens, tomatoes, herbs, vegetables, eggs, pasture-raised beef, pork, lamb, chicken and turkey, chicken and hog feed, hay, dairy sheep, wool and yarn. Year-round CSA.
Joan Mathewson pursued being a certified winemaker and settled in Paonia, CO on Garvin Mesa to make excellent Gewurztraminers and fine Rieslings.
Alison Gannett grows & raises almost all her own food. What she doesn’t preserve, dry, can, freeze, over winter, she sells on the non-profit online farmer’s market.
Anna Hanson practices biodynamic farming at Jack Rabbit Hill and Peak Spirits, which are certified organic and biodynamic by Demeter USA.
Daphne Yannakakis grows organic flowers for farmers’ markets, restaurants, florists and their unique Flower CSA (Community Supported Agriculture).
One of Western Colorado’s fabulous women in food and wine is Wendy Mitchell of Avalanche Cheese.
Food & Wine magazine wants you to use the hashtag #FOODWINEWOMEN on Twitter (@foodandwine) to nominate the women in food!
Owner Jeff Schwartz is growing and processing millions of pounds of apples for his juice, cider and hard cider brand while supplying the region’s brewers and distillers with Colorado-grown fruit on the side.