Monthly Newsletter

June TUF Snapshot

From The Executive Director

It’s summer time, the heat is moving in, and the camps are starting. It’s time to have a lot of fun at the Farm. The green house and community garden are nearing completion. A new green wave is beginning.

Thank you to all who came out for the plant sale. We had 380 attendees for Plant, Eat, and Get Local. Even with the rain and cold the event was a success. Next year will be even better. Thank you to all the volunteers who made it happen. A special thanks to our master gardener, Evelyn Alton and volunteer Deb Venor who made this a great event for us.

Looking for a great way to experience the Farm? Volunteer! We will be holding a volunteer training on June 16 at 9 am. We hope to see you at the Farm.



Co-Op Gardening  

The Co-op Gardeners are off to a great start. They have grown some of the most beautiful cabbage we have ever seen. The gardeners have almost all of their crops in now and have been harvesting lettuce, spinach, Swiss chard, and radishes.

Garden Remodel  

The garden remodel continues. We got 22 flats of flowers and more potted plants in one car! It was a challenge.

Colorado College volunteers helped plant many flowers and prepared the TUF tomato bed. Look for tomatoes for sale soon!

Gardening Classes  

TUF offers gardening classes to help you learn new skills and problem-solve gardening challenges. Classes may be taken individually, $20 each, or as a value package of 3.

June 7:  Diseases and Pests in the Garden
June 14:  Fall is the New Spring

For complete descriptions/register for classes click here

Estes Wool Fest  

The Urban Farm will be showing our Lincoln sheep at the Estes Park Wool Fest the morning of June 9.

Come and join us.

There are some wonderful fiber-producing animals at the festival including goats, rabbits, llamas, alpacas, and sheep.

Calling All Volunteers

Beginning in June we will be running volunteer orientations for individuals and families on the third Saturday of every month.

Join us on June 16, 2018, at 9am to find out how you can get involved with TUF. We will take you on a tour of the Farm, introduce you to our programs, and help you get started on your volunteering journey. Dress for the weather. Open to adults and minors. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Click here for more information about our volunteer opportunities.

Visit The Farm

We have new Farm hours for your visiting pleasure. Consider becoming a member and enjoy wider access, free entry, and discounts on eggs, T-shirts, and more, click here.

Open to the Public
Our public hours are Monday to Thursday and Saturday, 10:00am–1:00pm 

Come visit the animals. $5 per person.

4-H Information

For more information about 4-H, email Amy Marrs, TUF 4-H leader.

TUF Stuff 

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Thank you to all our generous supporters. Please click here for a full list.