Common Good City Farm (CGCF) is a place where community members can source fresh food, see sustainable urban agriculture in action, and gain exposure to concepts and skills to lead healthy lives. Our mission is to create a vibrant, informed, and well-nourished community through urban farming. We actively engage with all members of our diverse community and create opportunities for connections on our farm, while emphasizing intensive vegetable production and modeling best practices in sustainable urban agriculture.
What We're Doing
CGCF actively engages all members of our diverse community and creates opportunities for connection, contributing to the vibrancy and sense of place in our community.
With an emphasis on producing food for community members, CGCF demonstrates intensive, small-scale sustainable urban agricultural practices and participates in all parts of the food system, including: food production, processing, distribution, consumption, and waste management. CGCF creates and models best practices that are replicable.
Since January 2007, CGCF has provided over 10 tons of fresh produce to the community, engaged over 2,700 adults and 4,500 young people in educational programs, and hosted over 3,000 volunteers.
Take a minute to learn more about our programs.
Learn about our history.
Read about Our Commitment to Equity here.
Read our blog to see what is currently going on the farm.
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