Local Producers

The Co-op attempts to identify sources for produce that are grown organically/naturally and/or locally and to pass on information regarding services and products that might be of interest to the membership.  The Co-op does not endorse any products or services and the Co-op relies on the representations of the suppliers/producers and does not check their credentials.  If you are a local producer and would like to be listed here, please contact us with your information.


a wren’s nest Fresh eggs and homegrown pork available. Beginning in late June and continuing through the summer we’ll have produce: tomatoes, carrots, onions, artichokes, flowers and herbs to name a few things.visit us at the Loco For Local Farmers Market Thursday evenings June through September at the Sangre De Cristo Art Center in Pueblo. 719-289-4056              ***********************************************************

Baas Over Dun – is a small rural farm in Penrose Colorado whose farm animals all are somewhat spoiled pets and have rather silly names. We are on a path of self sufficiency, hard path in these days of everything instant. We offer limited local raw milk shares. Contact us for more info.


Back Country Beef

2241 County Rd. 1 A, Cotopaxi, Co.  719-942-4361    stephen_o@wildblue.net

On-site, online sales, or by telephone. Beef, goat, sausage, USDA inspected. Anitibiotic, and hormone free. Grass fed and finished. Delivery available. They also have Christmas trees.


Belly Acres sweet cakes, skin care products, Nubian & Nigerian goats, goat milk, herdshares, farm fresh eggs.

John & Mary O’Brien (719-783-2470)


Beren’s Equine Essentials/Sacred Blessings

Celeste Pellman



Bizzy Bee Honey Farms

Florence, CO

Rena’ Pryor (renabizzybee@aol.com)

local raw honey, old fashion Lye Soap in 16 different scents, Lip Balms in 6 flavors


Canon Canvas Products, Inc.

Custom tarps and covers, locally grown honey

719-784-4852 or 719-240-0758


Colon Orchards – local fruit and vegetables

Some natural & organic. Local jams, jellies, honey and spices

3175 Grandview Ave, Canon City 719-275-6459


Colorado Gourmet Food Company – Michelle Saylor (coloradogourmetfoodcompany@comcast.net)

Jams, Salsas, Butters, Spices, Candles, Baskets and Breads. Fund raising available. 719-302-2816


DanCin Nichols Expanding Horizons, LLC

www.NaturalLikeUs.com Natural skin care & healthy products

www.HealthyKosherDarkChocolate.com cacao + acai = powerful antioxidants



Desert Canyon Farm (USDA Organic) –  Chris & Tammi Hartung  (about the Farm)


Organic Herbs, heirlooms, & ethnic vegetables, strawberries, edible flowers & more

1270 Field Avenue, Canon City, CO


Javernick Family Farms

A sustainable 3rd generation farm

CSA, beef, veggies



Larga Vista Ranch – Chemical free  100% pasture-raised pork, and 100% grass-finished beef. Milk shares.

Doug & Kin Wiley (Family owned and operated since 1917)



Lippis Farm

Organic Farm



Maytag Mountain Ranch – Grass Fed Beef. Intensive grazing rotation system.

Hillside, CO (near Westcliffe) (800) 363 – 9856


Mini Moos & Kids  Too! – goats milk & cheese

1221  High St. Canon City

719-431-3647 – Jo Anderson


Mother Nature’s Health Foods

Organic produce, food, vitamins, herbs, bulk food, bulk herbs & spices, R.O. water, personal care.



Phantom Canyon Alpacas

Natural home-grown alpaca yarn, rovings, rugs & products at our farm store since 2001



Quail Hill Farm

Local & organically grown salad sprouts (radish, alfalfa, clover)



Rosita Mary’s – Bee Keeper & Herbalist

Handmade lotions, soaps and salves

719-783-9280     mary@rositamary.com


Spring Creek Vineyards

For Home Wine Makers & Colorado Wineries  Riesling, Cabernet Frac, Cayuga

David & Karin Fuselier co-op members!

1702 Willow Canon City, Co 81212



Vanessa Bearwald’s Products

Healthy, Hydroponic & Organics

Buy a Bag—fresh, local & organic produce bags delivered weekly.

If interested email me please vkbearwald@yahoo.com

Starwest Botanicals, Inc.

Bulk herbs and natural products for healthy natural living

The Co-op has a wholesale account with Starwest and members are eligible to order at wholesale prices.  Contact Donia at canoncoop@gmail.com to place an order.


Windkist – Off the grid, 350 acre sustainable farm. Meat and egg CSA.

2400 Fourmile Creek Rd
PO Box 250
Hartsel, CO 80449

Phone: 719-839-5817
Email: windkist @wildblue.net


Farmer’s Markets

Canon City Farmer’s Market

Canon City has two Farmers’ Markets events- the Saturday market and the Tuesday Market.

The Co-op has a table at the Saturday market, which is held every Saturday at the Holy Cross Abbey grounds.  (June 1st – Oct. 12th). MAP
The Canon Food Co-op has a booth at both markets and will be selling local produce and other items, so please stop by and say hello. There may be Master Gardeners at the table who will answer your gardening questions. Members are allowed to sell their produce and wares, but must follow the Canon Food Co-op Farmers’ Market Guidelines. Volunteers are always welcome to “man” the booth.

Volunteer to man the booth for the Saturday Farmers’ Market – click HERE.

Volunteer to man the booth for the Wednesday Farmers’ Market – click HERE.

The Tuesday market  is held every Tuesday on the corner of 5th & Macon from 9 am – 1:30 pm (June 4th – Oct. 8th). MAP

Florence Farmer’s Market

Every Thursday, 7 am – 1 pm, Pioneer Park, Florence, CO