Dahlia Campus Farms and Gardens

Dahlia Campus Farms & Gardens

Dahlia Campus Farms & Gardens connect people with healthy food as a keystone to a healthy lifestyle. The campus is home to a 40,000 square foot urban farm, a therapeutic garden, an aquaponics greenhouse and community gardening space that promote community well-being.

Dahlia Campus Farms & Gardens

Dahlia Campus Farms & Gardens connect people with healthy food as a keystone to a healthy lifestyle. The campus is home to a 40,000 square foot urban farm, a therapeutic garden, an aquaponics greenhouse and community gardening space that promote community well-being.

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How to Access Produce from the Dahlia Farm Stand:

Pre-Order & Pick Up

Order produce in advance for pickup at Dahlia Campus on Wednesdays from 2-4 pm. Select from seasonal produce, fruit and protein options including fish from our greenhouse. 

Subscribe to a Weekly Produce Order

Subscribe to a weekly order of fresh cooking greens and lettuce. Orders come in sizes for individuals and families. Pick up your order at Dahlia Campus on Wednesdays from 2 - 4 pm.

Walk-Up & Order

Northeast Park Hill Residents & SNAP Customers Only

Visit the Northeast Park Hill Farm Stand at Dahlia Campus on Wednesdays from 2 - 4 pm to check out available produce  for the day. We accept all forms of payment and you  can earn Double Up Food Bucks if you pay  with SNAP.

Double Up Food Bucks

Our Northeast Park Hill Farm Stand accepts EBT and participates in Double Up Food Bucks.

 

Pandemic EBT (P-EBT)
Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) provides eligible families with funds to help buy food. Families with children that were eligible for free or reduced-price school meals last school year and attended a school participating in the National School Lunch Program may get up to $279 per eligible child in benefits to buy food. Immigration status does not matter for P-EBT and P-EBT is not part of the public charge rule. Apply here.

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Aquaponics Greenhouse

Dahlia Campus operates an aquaponics greenhouse where we grow produce and fresh fish year-round.

Aquaponics is a sustainable farming solution that recirculates water from fish tanks through vegetable grow beds.

Nutrients from the fish waste feed the plants and the plants filter the water to keep the fish healthy.

Our Partners

Mo’ Betta Green MarketPlace has been addressing food insecurity in food desert neighborhoods since 2010. The organization emphasizes HEAL – Healthy Eating, Active Living – to promote food literacy. Additionally, they offer education and employment opportunities for local youth through internships and job training. For more information, contact Beverly Grant at grantbdee@gmail.com.

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People’s Community Food Project was founded in 2014 by residents
concerned about food insecurity in Park Hill. The organization provides emergency food assistance and outreach programs geared towards wellness of children and seniors, food rescue and distribution with a focus on providing healthier sustainable choices for the community as a whole. For more information, please contact Pamela Washington at pdubb21@icloud.com.

Get Involved

Dahlia Campus invites the community to help our gardens flourish by volunteering. For more information on volunteering, click here.

Take a Tour

Tours are offered on Tuesdays at 3pm. Reach out to schedule a tour of the aquaponics greenhouse and community gardens.

Contact Us

Email: greenhouse@mhcd.org

Address: 3401 N. Eudora St., Denver, CO 80207

Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri: 8am - 5pm. Tues & Thurs: 8am -  7pm

History of Northeast Park Hill

 

Click on the video to the right for a brief history of Northeast Park Hill and to find out why Dahlia Campus Farms and Gardens fulfill a critical need.