Location: Denver, Colorado
Annual Production: 12,000 lbs
Year Launched: 2022
- Students in grades 6-12 grow as much as 1,000 pounds of fresh produce every month that are used in the school’s cafeteria and distributed to community members through a student-run farmer’s market.
- TFFJ, Denver Public Schools, and Bruce Randolph staff are collaborating to develop an urban agriculture career pathway for students in grades 9-12.
- TFFJ’s indoor hydroponic farm combined with Bruce Randolph’s outdoor soil-based gardens are used to train students on a variety of growing methods that provide fresh produce for their entire school community.
Major Funder: Healthy Foods for Denver’s Kids
Community Partners: Colorado State University System and the DPS Career Connect Office, We Don’t Waste