Hope United Methodist Church Partners
with High Plains Food Co-Op

After months of planning, it’s official! Hope United Methodist Church is an official drop off location for High Plains Food Cooperative!

HPFC is a grassroots network of High Plains and Rocky Mountain Front Range producers and consumers uniting interests in locally grown food and other locally made products. The HPFC strives to be a business that is environmentally sustainable, economically viable, and socially just. To foster a local food community and promote a culture of stewardship by cultivating farmer-consumer relationships, promoting the enjoyment of healthful food, increasing food security through diversity, and enhancing overall rural sustainability.

To become a member of the High Plains Food Cooperative costs only $40 annually plus whatever food you order through their online grocery store. Unlike other Food Co-Op’s, High Plains allows you to order as much or as little as whatever you want. Food is delivered to Hope UMC on the second and fourth Thursday of every month for pick-up between 3:00 p.m and 5:00 p.m. Volunteers who help with the drop-off are given a food credit for their next order! This is a great way to get affordable, locally grown, organic foods while supporting small family farmers!

To become a member of High Plains Food Cooperative, go to www.highplainsfood.org.

To sign up to volunteer or for more information about the cooperative, please email Pastor Stephanie at
[email protected]