The first 15 Big Brown ​Bag CSA subscribers will receive a large (12"x14") beeswax food wrap in your first share as a 

THANK YOU for supporting local agriculture.

The Big Brown Bag CSA

What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture keeps food dollars in the local community and contributes to the development and maintenance of regional food systems.  

-- Members share the risks and benefits of food production with the farmer.

-- Members buy a share of the farm’s production before each growing season.

-- In return, they receive regular distributions of the farm’s bounty throughout the season.

-- The farmer receives advance working capital, gains financial security, sets better crop prices, and benefits from direct marketing.

Eating Seasonally

Eating seasonally means you buy foods that are being grown and harvested locally, right now, guaranteeing that you're eating the freshest, most nutritious and tasty food available.

Lakewood and Wheat Ridge were originally Denver's "farm baskets"!

Produce from Lost Creek Micro Farm is "grown to taste" which means we choose plant varieties for flavor.  We save seed from season to season and order open-pollinated, heirloom seeds when possible.  

As a small farm, "companion planting" is possible to ward off pests instead of using herbicides.  Small but mighty, we like to say.

So, if you want purple snap peas -- come here.  Watermelon radishes?  Check.  Edible flowers?  Yes.

And you'll also go home with potatoes, onions and carrots.  It's beauty on a plate for only a few dollars a day.

414.7 ppm in 2019*


*as measured by NOAA in May 2019