Western, English, Hunter and Jumper Horse Show
Check back for 2021 event plans!
Join us for a family friendly event and fund raiser for CAA programs. Our sincere thanks to Sidney Peak Ranch for their ongoing support and time in making this event a success!
CAA continues to work to create connections in our community. Building understanding and meaningful connections between cyclists and agriculture is an important goal. CAA remains focused on increasing appreciation for diverse groups and building a strong sense of community. CAA is proud to have a long standing relationship with Moots Cycles and new in 2019 the Steamboat Gravel bike race. During both of these events, CAA works to provide communication with land owners along the bike routes and provide education about the critical importance of agriculture with the cyclists.
Check back soon for 2021 event details!
The Moots-Colorado Ranch Rally was cancelled in 2020.
Limited to 200 riders we are planing for a great day of riding and raising money for CAA and local agriculture. This fundraiser ride is an amazing way to see the roads less traveled around Steamboat, meet some new friends and challenge yourself along the way. Where the pavement ends and the fun begins. Just 5 miles of the route are on pavement, the other 45 miles feature rural dirt and gravel roads that connect area historical ranches and farms. Enjoy a stunning day on the bike on the very roads Moots professionals test and develop their bikes on.
The event starts and finishes at Moots World Headquarters. This is a non-timed, non-competitive ride. You can ride at your own pace or that of the group around you. There are no awards other than seeing the amazing countryside around Routt County, meeting some great people along the way and our raffle at the evening social.
All proceeds from the event will go to CAA.
SBT GRVL was a virtual event in 2020.
SBT GRVL is a world-class gravel race experience held on the greatest gravel roads on Earth in and around the magnificent Steamboat Springs. The unique combination of the quiet roads surrounding a thriving resort town create a setting for an incredible gravel bike race. With the fundamental goal of inclusiveness, we want to focus not only on the race, but a fantastic weekend away with family and friends. The beauty of the mountains (not to mention the camaraderie with fellow cyclists) as well as the basic challenge of covering these gravel roads on two wheels is something that will not soon be forgotten.
CAA is proud to be one of the three local nonprofit organizations chosen to receive a portion of the race proceeds. Funds are used to help support programs in the Yampa Valley that directly impact local agriculture.
The 2020 SBT GRVL was cancelled du to COVID-19 precautions. Please watch for 2021 information.
FARM TO TABLE
NEW Farm to Table Options!
Due to COVID concerns, in-person, group fund raising events were cancelled. But you can still support local food by hosting your own Private Farm to Table Dinner in your home! It’s easy:
- Contact CAA to coordinate a date and chef availability. CAA will confirm which amazing local professional chef is available and help schedule your dinner.
- Invite your friends and family, Max of 10 guests total.
- Make your donation to CAA in support of local food. $250/person, $1,000 minimum donation.
- Coordinate your local food preferences and what is seasonally available.
- Enjoy an intimate, gourmet farm to table dinner at your home!
- Call Michele Meyer at 970-879-4370 to book your dinner today!
Barn to Brewery Local Food & Beer Tasting
2020 Event Cancelled due to COVID-19 Precautions
Join us for a unique LOCAL FOOD tasting from your favorite local chefs. Each chef will prepare a local food bite featuring local ingredients (all donated by our CAA Market producers). Bites will be paired with a sample of Butcherknife’s award winning beers (or beer may be one of the ingredients!)
21 years old + only please.
Yampavore Farm to Table Dinner
2020 Event Cancelled due to COVID-19 Precautions
Harwigs Restaurant, downtown Steamboat Springs
Don’t miss the most amazing farm to table event of the year! Dinner features an elevated, gourmet multi course local food dinner prepared by Harwigs chef JJ, paired with Colorado wine, beer and spirits. 100% of the ingredients are raised and grown right here in the Yampa Valley (donated by CAA Market producers) Proceeds benefit CAA local food programs.
AG APPRECIATION WEEK
Join us for Ag Appreciation Week
March 21 – 28, 2021
Ag Appreciation Week (including National Ag Day) is a time to recognize and celebrate the importance of agriculture. Agriculture provides most everything we eat, use and wear on a daily basis. National and local efforts educate millions of consumers and ask “Where would YOU be without agriculture? Naked and Hungry!” Since 2013 Ag Week has become CAA’s largest fund raising effort. Area businesses, individuals and organizations sponsor our efforts with annual membership contributions and sponsorships. Please consider joining us and support local ag!
Ag Week started locally with a desire to acknowledge National Ag Day, but has since turned into a week long celebration of all things agriculture in the Yampa Valley! It is also CAA’s largest fund raising effort with more than 100 area businesses aligning themselves with local agriculture and CAA’s mission to promote and support ag. In 2020 over $30,000 was raised in support of CAA.
We can’t do it alone, so please consider adding your business or personal support today!
FOUR WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
ATTEND AN AG WEEK EVENT
CAA 2021 Ag Appreciation Week Activities & Events:
- Weeklong Local Food Promotions at Participating Restaurants (more info soon)
- Monthlong opportuntity to purchase “Biscuits & Bacon Jam” Local Food Bundle & Virtual Cooking Class from caamarket.org
- Mountain Tap Token Tuesday – month of March
- March 22, 12-3pm: Virtual Panel Discussion on Agriculture in the Yampa Valley with CMC Sustainability Class
- March 24, 6:30-7:30pm: Archived Heritage Ag Storytelling from 2015, Virtual Event in partnership with Tread of Pioneers Museum
- March 26, 12-1pm: A Taste of History, Virtual “Wild Berries and How to Use Them” with Tread of Pioneers Museum