With multiple ways to support our growing community Farm, one way is sporting a FFF shirt or sweatshirt. Available in adult and child sizes with more colors to come! Not local? We are able to ship to you! Check out this sneak peak:
Join us for a class or two!
Fill out the contact form here if you are interested in any of our classes.
This class aims to provide interested parties with the knowledge they’ll need to start their own backyard flock. Topics such as the basics about chickens, coop preparation, food, supplements/treats, choosing the right bird, health issues and more will be covered in this two-hour course led by your local farmer.
This class is developed for those who have no beekeeping experience and will discuss the basics in apiculture. We will go over general information about bees in your colony, hive types, tools needed, where/how to source your bees and basic care. This class is not a comprehensive beekeeping course but will give any interested parties the opportunity to get a strong foundational knowledge in beekeeping.
If you have ever wanted to learn the skills necessary to preserve and store food in your home, this is the class for you. This class is taught by Chelsie, who has been canning the farm’s bounty for years. The class will teach you the basics of canning and freezing products through a hands on canning lesson in the farm’s kitchen. You’ll learn about the equipment needed and all participants will walk away with a note catcher and several great recipes.
This class has been requested by friends, family, and farm supporters for years and we are so happy to finally be able to offer it to you all. This class will review varieties of vegetables that grow well in the local region, amendments that will help your plants flourish, and other various techniques that we have used on our farm along the way.
We have been making our own soap at home for over 5 years now and would love to pass on our knowledge and experience to anyone who may be interested in learning this homesteading skill to create amazing soap in your own home kitchens. Participants will leave with packets of instructions on creating soap, recipes of ingredients/tools and information on where to source them, a note catcher used throughout the class and a bar of fresh home made soap to take home!
We can be hired to do special event and wedding flowers!
Take a look at some of the work we’ve done:
Bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages, even table settings and decor! Contact us here for a quote and to discuss details to make your vision come to life!
When: July 11-15, 8am-3:30pm (with additional before and after care available for an additional fee). Five days of camp this year instead of three, based on your requests!
Where: The Fleischer Family Farm: 2005 S. Zephyr Ct. Lakewood, CO 80227
Who: Any student between the ages of 6-13
What: Campers will learn about where their food comes from and the importance of local farms while enjoying the outdoors and meeting new friends. We will have many hands-on experiences for campers to plant, harvest, weed, and of course…play with and feed the livestock if they choose. Each day we will have a cooking demonstration from a chef who will then provide lunch for the campers. We will also be bringing in a music teacher for multiple music classes throughout the week, a yoga instructor, an art teacher, and we will end the week with a theatrical performance from a local puppeteer! Every day students will not only be provided with a healthy farm fresh lunch, but also multiple snacks and in addition to the guest teachers who will be present, there will also be a staff (including me) of three or more adult supervisors monitoring the 20 campers.
Cost: $500 for the week