Wednesday
Sep242014

Harvest Week Sneak Peek

Harvest Week has begun!  Thanks to this Fox 31 feature, you can see a quick peek at some of the delicious foods and local restaurants being featured this year.  Hosted by The GrowHaus, Eat Denver's Harvest Week is a five day event, featuring multi-course meals offered by more than 25 of Denver's best and most progressive restaurants.  Interested in joining us?  Check out the Harvest Week page for scrumptious dish descriptions, event details, and ticket purchases.

 

 

Monday
Sep152014

Free Food Pantry featured on Fox 31

LiveWell GES, Denver Food Rescue, Foraged Feast and The GrowHaus have partnered up to fight hunger in Denver.  Watch this Fox 31 video to learn more about how we are redistributing food that would otherwise go to waste and teaching people new ways to use it!

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http://kdvr.com/2014/08/13/sisters-collect-wasted-food-to-fight-hunger-in-metro-denver/

Tuesday
Jun242014

The GrowHaus Urban Farm Oasis

 

We were recently interviewed about the neighborhood we call home, some of our greatest challenges, advice we have for people trying to start local food hubs ... and much more!

Check it out here.

Monday
Oct282013

We've Been Featured in Cool Hunting City Guides!

We were pleased to see that we've been featured in the Denver edition of Lexus' Cool Hunting City Guide! You can check it out here.

Tuesday
Sep242013

Adam Brock's Interview with the Westword 

Lori Midson from the Westword sat down with our co-founder, Adam Brock for an exclusive interview about The GrowHaus, our FoodBox program, Permaculture, and other important food issues.

"Growing up, I couldn't have cared less about cooking food, much less growing food," says Adam Brock. "My parents definitely encouraged me to get into food -- we even had a huge garden in the back yard -- but I was like, whatever, who cares? I was more into stuff like making music, longboarding and design -- but not ecological design," he admits.

Brock left his home town of Denver to attend college in New York, and that's where everything changed.

What a difference a decade makes."

Read the rest of the article here.