Food Hub is a term that is often used to describe organizations with a variety of functions around food aggregation and distribution. Food hubs come in many shapes and sizes and work to meet the needs of the local community of food producers, food businesses, and consumers. A food hub may be a location where local farmers bring their goods and are able to sell to larger customers because many farmers can come together to fill an order, it may be a place where organizations come together to share storage space and centralize distribution to their organizations, it may be a place for community education and have spaces for growing and cooking food. The Food Coaltion is exploring the idea of a food hub in Archuleta to meet the variety of needs of those engaged in the local food economy. Our vision is of a community space where there is centralized storage and distribution of shared goods for our food pantries, where local farmers and backyard growers can bring their products to be washed, sorted, and distributed, where community members access a kitchen space for education and food production, and a growing space for education and donation of produce. This vision is part of an equitable community-based food system that the community can contribute to and benefit from. We are excited to work with the community on the development of a food hub that is a community space for food.