Mobilizing Colorado communities to make the transition from dependence on fossil fuels and globalized economic systems to local resilience and self-reliance, Boulder-based Transition Colorado (www.TransitionColorado.org) is at the forefront of the international Transition Movement, the goal of which is relocalization of our communities. The organization’s primary focus in Boulder County is on the economic and social benefits of localizing the food system, working to shift millions of dollars in annual food purchases to locally-sourced food. Contact Lynette Marie Hanthorn, Executive Director, lm@TransitionColorado.org, 303-494-1521.
At Mile High Organics, we deliver only the freshest, most delicious organic produce as well as all natural, 100% non-GMO groceries to your door – all along the Front Range.
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With Mile High Organics, you’ll always have easy access to Colorado’s best tasting, seasonal offerings as well as the organic, sustainably sourced staples you need year-round.
And while our quality exceeds that of your local market, our prices don’t.
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