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DELANEY COMMUNITY FARM'S FARM SHARE

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City Day of Week Notes
Aurora Tuesday 3:00-7:00pm (early June through early October)
 
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SHARES

Price Price/
Week
Type Description Length Work Req. Notes
$650 $36.11 Produce Full 18 Weeks Working Share Available Plus 12 hours of volunteering
$190 $10.56 Bison Eastern Plains Natural Food Co-Op- Meat, Bison 18 Weeks No
$190 $10.56 Lamb Eastern Plains Natural Food Co-Op- Meat, Lamb 18 Weeks No
$190 $10.56 Beef Eastern Plains Natural Food Co-Op- Meat, Beef 18 Weeks No
$180 $16.36 Fruit Ela Family Farms Fruit Share 11 Weeks No 78lbs a share. Suits a family of 2-4 people and features a final 20lb. box of organic apples
$150 $8.33 Yak Eastern Plains Natural Food Co-Op- Meat, Yak 18 Weeks No
$150 $8.33 Chicken Eastern Plains Natural Food Co-Op- Meat, Chicken 18 Weeks No
$120 $6.67 Mushroom Mile High Fungi Mushrooms 18 Weeks No Assortment of mushrooms, 5 oz/week. Also included: 1 Tri-Blend American Apparel Mile High Fungi T-shirt and stickers, 1 Fruit-Your-Own Blue Oyster Mushroom Block, and 1 Collection of recipes and preservation techniques
$100 $5.56 Eggs Eastern Plains Natural Food Co-Op- Eggs 18 Weeks No
$100 N/A Soap Soap 9 Times No Each delivery will include a minimum of 1 bar of soap and 1 other product
$55 N/A Honey Western Colorado Wildflower Honey N/A No one gallon containers and delivered to DeLaney one time at the beginning of the season
$50 N/A Honey Western Colorado Alfalfa Honey N/A No one gallon containers and delivered to DeLaney one time at the beginning of the season

Entered: 2010-01-16, Modified: 2017-03-03, contact me with corrections

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