Pastures of Plenty is a living, and working flower and vegetable organic farm dedicated to sharing its bounty. Our 35-acre family farm is located just minutes from Boulder in a rural neighborhood known as Altona. Our cultivated fields are surrounded by sweeping mesas and protected by 100-year old giant Cottonwood, Ash and Alder trees. With a creek meandering through the fields, and past three ponds, one has vistas of the Flatirons to the south and our 1887-built farmhouse. The ‘vintage’ tractors and trucks here are working farm equipment (not props). Hosting authentic farm-to-table events here at our family’s home and farm is a 20+ year tradition.
We are here to ensure your special event is authentic, full-flavored, fun and memorable. For more than two decades, Pastures of Plenty Farm (first homesteaded in 1887), brings a genuine farm-to-table experience and hospitality to all guests. In addition to weddings, other special events hosted here include employee parties and retreats, bar and bat mitzvahs, birthdays and anniversaries, corporate and organic industry events, and nonprofit fundraisers. We’re honored to have been the selected venue for all kinds of event hosts, from Whole Foods Markets leadership team to The Lumineers, and the venue of choice for events hosted by Humane Society of America, Organic Farming Research Foundation, Gardening Club of America, BVSD’s School Food Project, Safehouse Progressive Alliance, Love For Lilly, and Colorado Music Festival, among others. We are a real and working farm with a distinct entertainment area and tent for true farm-to-table events. Contact us, to start the conversation!
Pricing, rules and details on PoP events here.
New Happenings @ the Farm
We’re excited to make Pastures of Plenty Farm an experiential place for you to learn, grow and thrive. This farm season we are offering yoga classes under the shade of 100-year Cottonwood trees, cooking classes in our old farmhouse kitchen, and Suppernclubs with poetic and culinary themes. Look for further announcements throughout the summer.