Now in its third week, rFarm2 is offering a bounty of local veggies, fruits, and more off 63rd Street in Gunbarrel.

The 12-acre parcel of land is in the midst of development, but when completed, will include chicken and pigs, 12 shares of the North Boulder Farmers’ Ditch, a commercial kitchen—even a rugby field for local leagues. In addition to seasonal produce, the farm offers local organic products like spaghetti and pesto sauces, canned tomatoes, beef jerky, and more.

The farm is owned and operated by Alec Solomon, who moved to Boulder from the mountains to start rFarm2.

In addition to regular farmers’ market offerings, rFarm2 is offering CSA sharing for $400 (or pro-rated for the duration of the season). The share lasts 10 weeks from June to November, and includes a variety of greens, root vegetables, melons, tomatoes, eggplant, broccoli, cauliflower, and other seasonal produce. Chicken, pork, lamb, and eggs are also available.

The rFarm2 farmers’ market runs through the end of November, Monday-Friday 3:30pm-sunset at 4336 63rd Street.  For more information, visit, or e-mail Alec Solomon at

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