Dahlia Campus Farms and Gardens

Dahlia Campus Farms & Gardens

Dahlia Campus WellPower

About Dahlia Campus Farms & Gardens

Dahlia Campus Farms & Gardens connects people with fresh, local food. Dahlia Campus features an aquaponics greenhouse, a 40,000 square foot market farm and therapeutic gardens. These combined and accessible green spaces support community well-being


How to Buy Our Produce

Visit the Dahlia Farm Stand to shop for fresh local produce from our farm and greenhouse. We accept cash, credit card and SNAP, and offer affordable pricing. SNAP customers can receive a discount on purchases through Double Up Food Bucks.

Residents of Northeast Park Hill, Clayton, Cole and Five Points may be eligible to receive FREE produce delivery. Contact us for more details.

Visit Farm Stand

Visit the Northeast Park Hill Farm Stand at Dahlia Campus on Wednesdays from 4:00-6:00 p.m. to check out available produce for the day. 


Contact Us

Sign Up for Produce Delivery

Attention residents of Northeast Park Hill, Clayton, Cole & Five Points 

  • Do you use SNAP?
  • Do you have transportation, mobility and/or health conditions that prevent you from visiting our site?

If you answered YES to one or both of questions, you are eligible to receive your produce delivered to your home for FREE (courtesy of Colorado Access). Contact us for more information. 

Call (303) 504-1635 or email greenhouse@wellpower.org to sign up for deliveries.

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Dahlia Community Cookbook 2023

Download the Dahlia community cookbook and discover over 25 recipes, available in both English and Spanish. Thank you to our Dahlia farmers and the community members who contributed.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

SNAP is part of a federal nutrition program that provides food assistance benefits. Dahlia Campus' Northeast Park Hill Farm Stand accepts SNAP Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards for our produce sales. Apply for SNAP here.

Double Up Food Bucks

Anyone using SNAP is eligible for Double Up Food Bucks. If you purchase $1 of fruits or vegetables, you get another $1 worth of FREE fruits and vegetables (up to $20 per day).


Aquaponics Greenhouse

Dahlia Campus operates an aquaponics greenhouse where we grow produce and fresh fish year-round.

Aquaponics is a sustainable farming solution that recirculates water from fish tanks through vegetable grow beds.

Nutrients from the fish waste feed the plants and the plants filter the water to keep the fish healthy.


Market Farm 

Dahlia Market Farm grows over 30 different kinds of vegetables including your favorites like tomatoes, cucumbers and okra. If you like what we grow, tell us. If you’d like to see us grow something missing, tell us that too.  

The farmers use regenerative agricultural practices, such as cover crop, integrated pest management and crop rotation to keep our soil and produce healthy. Many of these practices are rooted in Indigenous wisdom and African American heritage.   

The farmers also acknowledge current science best practices and always seek to combine generational knowledge with modern science and technology to aid in climate resilience.  

All of this results in a farm that is beautiful and productive. Your Dahlia farmers hope you take some time to walk around the farm, stop and chat and take in the sights and sounds of the Farm! 



Alcove Gardens

The alcove gardens are accessible to all people we serve, community members and staff. Here you will find perennial and annual herbs and flowers. Many of these plants are U-Pick. Please read the signs to know how best to harvest them. This garden space is currently maintained by your Dahlia farmers, and volunteers. If you are interested in learning more, please reach out to Shannon Hourigan, garden wellness coordinator. 

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Therapy Garden 

The therapy garden is maintained by the garden wellness coordinator. The programming and activities offered here include plantings by Skyline Academy and Sewall Child Development Center students. The plants you can find in the therapy garden are intended to evoke sensory experiences. It is a peaceful space that can be enjoyed by anyone. This garden is ever-evolving to meet the needs of the people we serve. 

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Garden Wellness Program 

The intention of the garden wellness program is to make the farms and gardens accessible to folks receiving services at Dahlia, those in the community, and staff. Seasonal scavenger hunts, pop-up gardening events, group activities, and wild-crafting opportunities are available for your use. Check our calendar or reach out to Shannon Hourigan for more information. 

Our Partners

People’s Community Food Project was founded in 2014 by residents
concerned about food insecurity in Park Hill. The organization provides emergency food assistance and outreach programs geared towards wellness of children and seniors, food rescue and distribution with a focus on providing healthier sustainable choices for the community as a whole. For more information, please contact Pamela Washington at pdubb21@icloud.com.

Meet Our Team

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Katie Huszcza
Associate Director of Operations and Farm Services


Renee Marcoux
Market Farm Manager

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Dave DeMarco
Lead Aquaponic Farm Coordinator


Andy Orozco Rivas
Market Farm Assistant


Pamela Washington
Community Partner
People's Community Food Projects

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Shannon Hourigan
Garden Wellness Coordinator

Anna Cooper

Anna Cooper
Community Coordinator


Erian Cook
Project Coordinator

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Ariana Hernandez
Food Access Coordinator

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Leslie Flores
PRN Aquaponics Assistant

Kat FIsh

Kat Fish
Aquaponics Coordinator

Get Involved

Dahlia Campus invites the community to help our gardens flourish by volunteering.

Contact Us

Email: greenhouse@wellpower.org
Phone: 720.583.4743
Address: 3401 N. Eudora St., Denver, CO 80207
Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri: 8am - 5pm. Tues & Thurs: 8am -  7pm

History of Northeast Park Hill


Click on the video to the right for a brief history of Northeast Park Hill and to find out why Dahlia Campus Farms and Gardens fulfill a critical need.