The Regional is Certified Local

Congratulations to The Regional on being awarded the Certified Local Core level certification! The Regional serves hometown American food from the farm, from the ranch, and from the docks. Sourcing from Colorado farms and ranches, The Regional uses the very best...

Welcome, Alyssa Mcconkey!

We are thrilled to welcome the newest member of the Foodshed Project Board of Directors, Alyssa Mcconkey. Alyssa holds an undergraduate degree in Peace and Justice Studies from Wellesley College and a Masters in Ag Extension Education from CSU, and is a graduate of...

Bistro Nautile is Certified Local

Congratulations to Bistro Nautile on being awarded the Certified Local Core level certification! Bistro Nautile (nAh-teal) focuses on French-influenced food using farm-fresh ingredients expertly prepared by the finest chefs in Northern Colorado and served in a...

First Certified Local Restaurant

We are delighted to announce the first restaurant joining the Certified Local program – little on mountain! little is a neighborhood eatery located in Old Town West Fort Collins offering brunch, supper, and takeaway, including a daily family meal. They have been...

Fort Collins Winter Market

We are excited to announce that the Foodshed Project is supporting the 2020-2021 Fort Collins Winter Farmers Market! The Winter Market supports local food producers, increases the supply of fresh produce and whole foods in our region, encourages season extension, and...

Launching Certified Local

It’s here! Certified Local has officially launched, and we are now accepting restaurant applications. Visit our new Certified Local page for an overview of the program and the certification standards. We’ll be announcing the initial cohort of certified...