WE DO NOT SHIP, you must pick up.

2024 WOG summer schedule! Find your City below for details:

BOULDER, Louisville, Lafayette including Nyland Tuesdays
as of May 7: Porch Route and home deliveries

BROOMFIELD Farmers Market 4-7pm Tuesdays starting
June 11

DENVER, Aurora (6th Ave and north) Tuesdays starting
April 16: Porch Route and home deliveries

DENVER, Aurora (south of 6th Ave) Fridays
starting May 3: Porch Route and home deliveries

DENVER Sundays starting May 5: South Pearl Street
Farmers Market 9am to 1pm

DENVER Sundays starting May 19: Highland Square Farmers
Market 9am to 1pm

ERIE Thursdays starting May 9: Farmers Market 5-9pm

FORT COLLINS, LOVELAND, Windsor, Greeley Wednesdays starting
May 8: Porch Route and home deliveries

FORT LUPTON Wednesdays starting May 29: Pop-up Farm
Stand at Railroad Park 4-7pm

LAFAYETTE Thursdays starting May 2: Pop-up Farm
Stand at East Simpson Coffee 5-8pm

LONGMONT Fridays starting May 3: Friday Fiesta at
Mountain View and Main 5-8pm

LOUISVILLE Saturdays starting May 11: Farmers Market
9am to 1pm

  • Eat food?

    We help you access fresh, clean, nutritious food from local farms and makers. We help to keep prices affordable for your family so you can afford to eat the best food to stay happy and healthy. Purchase food from Waves of Grain at:

    1. Farmers Markets from Denver to
      Fort Collins (schedule coming soon).
    2. Pop-up farm stands in Longmont, Lafayette, and more.
    3. Online we offer seasonal CSAs and weekly online shopping for members.
    Buy "better than organic" food 
  • WOG Helps Farmers Succeed

    Farmers often can’t scale fast enough and make enough margin to stay in business. We get farm goods to families via 3 channels:

    1. More Farmers Markets than farmers can attend themselves
    2. Pop-up farm stands in far-flung underserved communities;
    3. Our online shopping cart.

    We create purchasing plans so partner farms can plan for growth, minimizing market risk for farmers. WOG has a “farm start” program helps to help new farmers with land, water, and market access.

    Learn about our partner farms 
  • WOG Helps Markets Thrive.

    Too many “farmers markets” have no veggies, or no organic veggies, or not enough local produce. As a farmer-owned coop representing 6+ vegetable growers -- including our own farm -- plus over a dozen other ranches, dairies, orchards and food makers, we bring an abundance of farm goods and favorite foods that keep loyal customers coming back for more, helping the market managers (and the other vendors) stay afloat.

    To maintain the balance of supply and demand, we focus on growing both.

    Learn about WOG's role in Front Range food system 

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