It's almost time for that holiday you've been waiting for all year -- President's Day! Well, maybe not. But at least it might get you out of work for a day, which means you can go out every day this weekend and still have Monday to recover. We've got it all for less than $10, with everything from a ... More >>
J. WohletzChipotle provided free refreshments at the Denver Botanic Gardens.
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Feed Denver and the Denver Botanic Gardens came together last night to host a screening of Locavore, the first movie in a sustainable food film series aimed at raising awareness of growing lo ... More >>
Jenny AnDespite Colorado's short growing season, there's a growing movement in town of restaurants starting their own gardens. And Parsley has taken the local movement to a new level -- its roof.
The tiny, organically-minded lunch spot in the Golden Triangle has planted a garden on top of it ... More >>
Feed Denver raises $16,000 with Bonterra's Campaign for Urban FarmingFeed Denver, a group that sets up urban farms around the Mile High City and trains neighbors to sustain them, had been chosen to participate in Bonterra's Campaign for Urban Farming, an effort by the organic winemaker to edu ... More >>
Feed Denver, a local nonprofit that teaches sustainable farming methods and builds community-based urban greenhouse farms in an effort to offer fresh, local produce year-round, wants you to help swell its belly, which you can do tonight, between 4 and 9 p.m., by simply eating pizza, salads, c ... More >>
Last week, we reported Feed Denver's winter plans to build structures and continue its farming right into the cold months. Now, the organization might get some help.
Bonterra Vineyards, a large organic wine producer in Mendocino County, and Growing Power, a Milwaukee-based urban farming and ... More >>
In 2008, shortly after she finished reading the Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan, Lisa Rogers was trolling the internet when she found statistics related to the Colorado food supply.
The Denver area spends over $5.7 billion on fresh food every year, she learned, but just $4 million of th ... More >>
Will Allen of Growing Power.As noted in Westword's summer-long "Urbavore's Dilemma" series, Denver's in the midst of an urban-gardening renaissance, with city dwellers tending chickens and turning their yards into Green Acres. While the growing season might be over, the seeds for future urban ... More >>
Photo by Brian Kraft PhotographyUrbavore's Dilemma is an ongoing web series detailing city dwellers' commitment to urban homesteading. From May through September, Westword writer Joel Warner will get his hands dirty, covering everything from backyard chickens to front-lawn gardens, from green ... More >>
Urbavore's Dilemma is an ongoing web series detailing city dwellers' commitment to urban homesteading. From May through September, Westword writer Joel Warner will get his hands dirty, covering everything from backyard chickens to front-lawn gardens, from greenhouses to co-ops and food-sharing. Chec ... More >>