Welcome to the Agrihood!
Locally-grown food right in your backyard
Twin Buttes Farm Stand (seasonal)
Starting Tuesday, June 18
Tuesdays 3:00 – 6:30 pm
Fridays 3:00 – 6:30 pm
Twin Buttes property owners get a 15% discount!
We estimate our season running from mid-June to mid-October, but it will depend on weather conditions. For updates on our first and last dates, as well as what produce, eggs, honey, and flowers will be available at our Farm Stand each week, sign up below for our newsletter or like our Facebook page.
Enjoy farm-to-table living with our community farm. In addition to our vegetables, herbs, fruits, and fresh cut flowers, our lush farm is home to a thriving apiary with bees that pollinate plants and supply honey. A flock of chickens lays delicious, fresh eggs. We’re also happy to provide floral bouquets for occasions large and small, including weddings.
It’s important to us to model sustainable agriculture. Our farm uses strict regenerative practices to grow resilient and nutrient-dense produce. We’re one of the largest farms in the area that grows in an ecologically responsible manner, protecting not only our customers, but also our farmers, the micro-organisms necessary for healthy soil, and all life downstream.
Twin Buttes Farm consists of five fields in the community development area, totaling about 1.5 acres. We have an additional 1.5 acres at the Twin Buttes Farm at Carver’s, in the Animas River Valley just north of town.
In addition to our Farm Stand, we supply the following grocery stores and restaurants:
- Carver Brewing Company
- Durango Natural Foods
- El Muro
- Leland House and Rochester Hotel (eggs only)
- Nature’s Oasis
- The Ore House
- The Boathouse at Electra
- Zia Taqueria
Twin Buttes’ farm-to-table living keeps us connected to locally grown food, the natural world, and to each other.
We offer tours of the Twin Buttes Farm by request. Click on the link below to contact us.
Learn to Graft Your Own Apple Tree!
March 24, 2018, 9:00am – 12:00 noon
$30 All materials provided. Participants will take home three of their own trees at the end of the class.
Maximum number of attendees: 15
Join Colorado nursery professional Jeff Wagner and the Twin Buttes Farm staff for a fun and interesting class on the history of apples, and learn how to graft your own.
Grafting is an old practice that’s enjoying a big comeback. It’s an ancient technique that is still widely used by nurseries to propagate fruit, ornamental, and shade trees. Apples are one of the best trees to learn on and they also have a deep and rich history in horticulture.
Don’t forget to wear weather-appropriate clothing; we’ll be outside!
For more information contact Jeff Wagner at 970-382-1221.
Contact our Farm Team for more information about gardening classes, or to request particular topics for gardening classes.
Join our Picturesque Community
Of the community’s 750 acres of south-facing mountainside and meadows, 675 acres is set aside for trails and permanent open space. That allows for generous wildlife corridors, 12 miles of trails in and around the neighborhood, 7.5 acres of city and community parks, plus 46 acres of agricultural farming, community plots, and livestock pastures.