Farm Directory

Farm Directory

Maura Bennett
Maura Bennett
The Colorado Department of Agriculture has released of the 2019 Colorado Farm Fresh Directory.

Wendy White Marketing Specialist at the CDA says they've been busy compiling the updated guide and are excited to offer to folks in Colorado

"Which is our 35th annual edition It lists all the farmers markets roadside stands m u-picks, agritourism activities around the state. The hard copies will be at distribution locations and it's also available on our website at We also have mobile app versions of that publication for both Apple and Android devices. We also have a great interactive map of all those farmers markets locations around Colorado too."

White says locals who have friends planning a visit from out of state might also point out the mobile device as part of their trip planning.

They can download the free mobile app at

"Absolutely. You could download the app and if you're heading to Colorado, you can find the markets next to you wherever you are travelling around the state."

There are 50 new listings this year.

Additionally State lawmakers passed a farm stand deregulation law taking effect this summer (July 10) Now consumers don't have to go to officially zoned agriculture lands to buy a box of Palisade peaches.

Also included are guides to farm tours, restaurants that use local ingredients and wineries.

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