Our Farm changed focus from being strictly a "Market Farm", to being a "Community Farm" in the early 1990's. We've been in continual operation since that time. As the first such farm on the Western Slope, (second CSA in the State), we have seen many recent variations in this farming model. We continue to operate our CSA in the traditional way, whereby we take on a limited number of shares for each season, and close sales when shares are full. Our annual farm effort, in conjunction with several other local, sustainable and organic farms, produces food to supply approximately 100 member families with shares of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, eggs for nearly forty weeks of the year.