Dahlia Campus Farms and Gardens
Dahlia Campus Farms and 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.
How We Make Things Grow
The Dahlia Campus Farms and Gardens brings together four partner organizations to provide expertise and passion for building a robust food pipeline in Northeast Park Hill. Together, we make fresh produce and fish available to the community while learning and sharing about the healing and restorative quality of growing food.
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.
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.