Vision & Mission
DeLaney Community Farm
Our mission is to support refugees through sustainable agriculture and community building. This 5-acre training farm in Aurora provides refugees access to farming, healthful food and community.
DeLaney Community Farm is a partnership between Denver Urban Gardens and Project Worthmore.
The primary goals of the farm are to:
Provide the space, support, resources, and expertise for refugees to grow healthy, organically-produced food for themselves and their broader community;
Foster community development and integration through education and training programs, and relationship building;
Connect refugees to the local fresh food economy and promote economic resiliency through meaningful and dignified experiences;
Demonstrate small-scale, sustainable agricultural practices that reconnect refugees with the land in a productive and environmentally responsible manner.
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Yu Meh was the first refugee to be hired at DeLaney back in 2015, and he showed us how important this type of opportunity could be for our refugee community.
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DeLaney Community Farm sits on the 158-acre historic property located at
170 S. Chambers Road
(between 1st and Alameda) on Aurora Parks & Open Space land.