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In June of 2014, the Valley Food Partnership will be printing a Local Foods Directory. The directory advertises VFP partners utilizing foods produced on the Western Slope! Over 3,000 copies of this full color, 8.5″ x 5.5″ booklet will be distributed throughout a 7 county region to create publicity for your business. We’d like to invite you to be a partner and participate in this directory. The Deadline is May 1st to be included in the printed directory.

VFP Partner Form

Directory Ad Form

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About Valley Food Partnership

Located in the heart of Western Colorado’s Uncompahgre Valley, the Valley Food Partnership is a small group of dedicated volunteers who are working together to grow a healthy community by connecting local farms to local forks.

The Valley Food Partnership includes a diverse group of stakeholders, each of whom are dedicated to growing our local food system while improving the health of our citizens and economy. Our membership includes farmers, parents, health professionals, restaurateurs, chefs, educators, non-profit organizations, and community based organizations such as the hospital, school district, recreation departments, and senior programs.

Teens on Farms: The mission of Teens on Farms is to provide confidence and leadership skills to youth through agricultural employment while meeting the needs of farmers in the North Fork Valley. Teens on Farms helps farms, builds youth, and plants the seeds for the future of farming in America. We do this by placing youth over the age of 14 to work on farms and ranches during the summer.  Since 2008 Teens on Farms has logged over 4,000 hours of farm experience for youth in Delta County and the same amount of help to farmers.

Valley Food Partnership receives LiveWell Colorado funding

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“I am involved with the Valley Food Partnership because I want to see a significant change in the role that local foods play in culture, economy, land use, health and attitude of the valley community.”
~ Stu Krebs, Montrose