News + Events

Roots of Wellness 2021 Season Update – April 23, 2021

Save the dates!

  • Saturday May 1, 2021 from 10am-12pm: Dirt Moving Party
    It is time to get the garden beds ready for the season, yay!
    Bring a shovel (if you have one), gloves, sunscreen and water and help us move some dirt.
  • Thursday May 6, 2021 5pm: Garden Planting Party
    Join us in planting all our beautiful seedlings. Please bring gloves, sunscreen and water.

For both events, we will be mindful to socially-distance. Please also bring your mask.
We want to keep all our helpers safe, thank you for understanding. Hope to see you here!

Please contact us through this website’s email for more information


Roots of Wellness 2021 Season Update – April 13, 2021

Plans are under way for the Roots of Wellness 2021 season. Please keep checking back for updates as they become firm. All those interested in participating, please contact us through the website email. We look forward to hearing from you 🙂

In the meantime, check out the blog page for pictures of our Indoor Seedling Garden!


COVID-19 Update-March 4, 2021:

Hello Friends, exciting news! Plans are in the works for planting the garden beds. Seedlings will be started in the next couple of weeks and as soon as they are ready to go in the ground, we will organize a couple of planting sessions. If you are interested in the cooking/gardening/food preservation/ exercise and healthy living course, let us know. We are currently in the process of designing a remote live course online too!
Contact us at through the website email.


COVID-19 Update-September 2020:

Due to the ongoing pandemic, all classes have been suspended until Spring/Summer 2021. We anticipate classes to be online only and gardening will be in person with proper masks and social distancing. Please continue to check here for updates.

Join us Saturday, September 26th for 
“Move that Dirt!” day

Meet us at the Mountain Family Health Clinic, Garfield County – Rifle Campus
at the 
northwest corner of the building

Many thanks to all the folks that made the dirt happen for our garden beds this year!
Thank you Mountain View Tree Farm for the soil donation and thank you to Frank Coberly and Mickie Hosack and hubby for getting it to our raised garden beds.

Now that the dirt has arrived, we need volunteers to help us move it to each of the raised beds. Bring your shovel and rake and garden hoe, along with gloves, water and snack for yourself
(don’t forget your MASK, we want to keep everyone safe!). 

hoe in garden

Please email us at if you can help out
(and if you have a wheelbarrow you can bring).

Look forward to seeing you there.

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