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Welcome to Durango Natural Foods Co-op and Durango, Colorado

Located in Durango, Colorado, a town with a rich history and a sought out tourist destination, Durango Natural Foods Co-op (DNF Co-op) was the first natural food market in the region. It began in 1973 as a food buying club and was incorporated in 1974 as a natural food store, operating for many years on an all volunteer and donation basis. From these humble, community-supported roots, DNF Co-op has grown to serve nearly 1400 active co-op owners within its 2500 sq. ft. retail store with an adjoining warehouse of the same size. With over 60 items in the store produced within Colorado and the region, DNF Co-op is unique in that it is one of the only natural food markets in our region that specializes in selling goods produced by local farmers, ranchers and other food and body care purveyors. 

Visit the store’s website at www.DurangoNaturalFoods.Coop.

Situated in southwest Colorado, Durango is a gateway to unsurpassed four season recreational opportunities. Activities include hiking and camping, mountain and road biking, river rafting, rock climbing, and back-country, alpine and cross-country skiing. Located in the Four Corners, Durango is only few hours drive to Monument Valley in Arizona, and a half days drive to the amazing red rock country of southeastern Utah and world art center, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

For more information about Durango and the many recreational and cultural offerings, visit  www.durango.org.

 

With a population of 52,000 in La Plata County where Durango, with a population of 17,000, is the county seat, Durango and the surrounding area is home to a caring and vibrant community of not-for-profit and cultural organizations bringing residents and visitors together to celebrate arts and culture and support worthy charitable causes. The culture, arts and music scenes are expansive and outsized for the population. Durango has a flourishing local growers community, with a strong presence at the thriving Durango Farmers Market, many local farmers and pastured meat ranchers, as well as restaurants offering locally sourced produce, meats and award-winning locally brewed beer from four micro-breweries.

Fort Lewis College, a four-year liberal arts school, educates nearly 4000 students annually at its 360-acre campus situated on a mesa overlooking Durango just up the road from Durango Natural Foods Co-op! Students from around the country come to study and recreate in one of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring environments in the southwest region.