Mile High Fungi LLC was established in 2014 by Michael and Liz Nail. With backgrounds in sustainable agriculture and home construction, we decided to combine our skills and build a mushroom farm from the ground up. Our little mushroom farm has a humble beginning. We got our start in Denver using the Cottage Food Act to operate out of our small home and two shipping containers in our backyard. Now, we are nearing completion on the build out of our new 2,400 sq. ft. facility and future homestead near Conifer, CO. We look forward to serving you now and into the future!
Raleigh Street Bakery is an artisan bread bakery in the Berkeley/Regis neighborhood that operates under Colorado’s cottage food law. This allows you to purchase delicious artisan bread, directly from me, your neighbor. All of the breads are naturally leavened and made with locally sourced organic ingredients.
St. Kilian’s has been serving the Denver Highland’s since 2001, offering a wide variety of regional and local products including artisanal cheeses and high quality epicurean essentials. Owners Jon Marsh and Veronica Martinez took over in 2011 and are proud continue the long tradition of sharing a passion for food with the Denver community.
In the heart of Black Forest, on a wooded 10 acres, lives a happy flock of free range chickens. Eggs produced by laying hens, as well as chicken raised for meat are available year round. Mo Eggs, LLC is licensed through the Colorado Department of Agriculture. Eggs are sanitized and packaged for resale in stores, CSAs or restaurants. Meat has been butchered at a USDA inspected facility and is vacuum packaged and frozen for resale.