Clean N' Green is the fastest growing independently owned cleaning company in Northern Colorado. The secret to our success is our team and our customer service. We set out each morning to treat every person we encounter with the highest level of respect and service.
In the late 1960s, Lewis Grant sought out a plot of land in the Rocky Mountains foothills to grow his own vegetables and brought the wisdom he accrued during a career as a university professor and his son Andy to help with the humble undertaking. The duo took to tilling the land, and over the next few decades, Andy expanded his father’s plot to the 2,200 acres that currently make up the CSA-certified organic farm. Heading a farming community with more than 4,500 members, a dedicated staff of educators and farmers cultivate the farm’s pasture-raised livestock and more than 150 breeds of organic vegetables such as squash, herbs, and 34 varieties of corn and heirloom tomatoes. Every year, the staff gives visitors a hands-on education about the nitty gritty of farm operations and gives them the chance to defeat their cows in starting contests during a spring agricultural festival set against the mountain landscape.
The Denver Post and Feasting Fort Collins featured the vegetarian fare at Tasty Harmony. Seventy-four percent of Urbanspooners recommend the restaurant. Yelpers give Tasty Harmony an average of 4.5 stars, and Google Mappers give it an average of three stars.
We are a business that is dedicated to sustainability. We use solar powered electric equipment, therefore eliminating air pollution. We also use organic fertilizer so your lawn is safe for children, pets, and your local water ways. Visit our web site for more information!
Fort Collins Nursery is a year-round, locally-owned garden center with the best selection of quality plants in the region. We offer a greenhouse, garden shop and 3 acres of trees, shrubs & perennials along the scenic Poudre River.
Fossil Creek Nursery assembles a bountiful assortment of traditional and out-of-the-ordinary plant species to drape homesteads in verdant wardrobes. Green-thumbed staff members and inspirational ideas aid plant selections, helping at-risk shrubs ($29.99–$36.99 for 10.44L pot) find a new life donating oxygen to your mouth. Mixed hanging baskets ($29.99–$44.99) avoid grounded pests and errant moonwalkers, and assorted herbs and vegetables ($1.99+ for 2.25" pot) save a trip to the market and enliven home-cooked meals with garden-fresh produce. Meanwhile, perennials ($4.99+ for 4" pot; $11.99–$25.99 for 8" pot) reanimate themselves year after year to repeatedly beautify front yards and invite new neighbors to dead-end hedge labyrinths. Fossil Creek Nursery also houses six acres of different tree varieties, ranging from container sizes to 3" Caliper trees, in addition several types of fruit trees.