About Waves of Grain

Waves of Grain started in 2022 to solve the problem of buying from local farms. We were driving around to farms and ranches for great food and thought, surely we can make this easier! 3 of 4 original families had kids, and getting to the Farmer's Market on Saturday didn't fit in the schedule either. We now bring hyper local, local, and regional food from dozens of farms to convenient pickup spots in Boulder County.

Learn about our partnership with High Plains Food Coop.

Coop Basics

Do I have to Register to place an order?

You may order one time prior to joining. To order on a regular basis, you must have a membership. See below.

When will the 2023 CSAs be available?

We expect to announce CSA options by March 1, 2023. This year we are exploring options with multiple farms.

How do the subscriptions work?

Subscriptions are meant to help with monthly food budgeting, by providing dependable deliveries. In Feb-March we will make deliveries twice per month for a single purchase. By May, we hope to offer weekly subscriptions.

How is this shopping cart different than the WOG/High Plains cart?

For Jan-Feb-March 2023, we still maintain our other shopping cart for ordering farm products from the High Plains regenerative food network. If you are interested in ordering those products, create a separate login there and let us know so we can assign your member discount.

Do Coop Members have to volunteer their time?

No. We are called a coop because we are a worker's cooperative. It is great when buying club members pitch in where needed, but there is no requirement. There's always plenty to do. Just ask.

Is the Coop really a cooperative?

Yes. Waves of Grain is registered in Colorado as an LLC but our operating agreement defines our status as a worker's cooperative. There is no top-down management. We are a European-style worker's cooperative. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mondragon_Corporation

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