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Urban Farms We Support

We're inspired and proud to support the people and communities that see potential to grow healthy food wherever they live. Whether on a rooftop, next to a school, or at the center of a community, urban farmers have re-imagined how we think about, produce, and deliver local, sustainable food to cities. With our heritage rooted in farming; we're proud to support these amazing leaders of the urban farming movement.

Urban Farm Collective is a program developed for the purposes of education and research into sustainable agriculture. All land, water, labor, and resources are shared through a barter economy that allows contributors to exchange their time for garden fresh food. The collective’s goal is to bring neighbors together to transform vacant lots into neighborhood food gardens for the purposes of education, community building and improving food security.

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Lufa’s concept is simple: grow food where people live and grow it more sustainably. In 2011,they built the world’s first commercial rooftop greenhouse with the goal of changing the way cities eat. To Lufa Farms, sustainable agriculture means recycling water, optimizing energy use and growing without any synthetic pesticides, herbicides or fungicides. And it doesn’t just stop at the farm. With its online farmers market, they work with an ecosystem of over 100 local producers to help people eat fresh, local and responsible.

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Eagle Street Rooftop Farm is a 6,000 square foot green roof organic vegetable farm located atop a warehouse rooftop owned by Broadway Stages in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. During New York City’s growing season, the farmers at Eagle Street Rooftop Farm supply an onsite farm market, bicycle fresh produce to area restaurants, and the rooftop farm hosts a range of farm-based educational and volunteer programs that benefit the entire community.

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Each year, this thriving youth development program educates and employs 80 to 90 teens from low-income communities at three farm sites in Chicago and one in Lake County. As they advance through this program, which is grounded in sustainable urban agriculture and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) principles, Youth Farm students learn to grow food responsibly, work as a team, advocate for food justice, eat in a healthy way, and become accountable—to themselves, their fellow farmers, and how to contribute to their communities in meaningful ways.

Visit Windy City Harvest Youth Farm website

City Slicker Farms empowers West Oakland community members to meet the immediate and basic need for fresh, healthy food by creating sustainable, high-yield urban farms and backyard gardens. Through our Community Market Farms, Backyard Garden, and Urban Farming Education programs, we promote community control over food systems and advance local food production in low-income neighborhoods.

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A project of Denver Urban Gardens, DeLaney is a community farm with a mission to grow healthy food for people in-need, provide meaningful education opportunities, and model sustainable, organic growing practices. DeLaney Community Farm is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program that engages members in the mission of the farm. The farm has food share programs to improve access to healthy produce for in-need communities, as well as hands-on trainings and internships in topics such as organic horticulture, healthy food preparation and preservation, and beekeeping.

Visit Delaney Community Farm website

Black Creek Community Farm, located on 8 acres adjacent to York University in the North West corner of Toronto, is a non-profit community farm established in 2013. A project of Everdale, a Canadian farm-based charity, the farm is part of Everdale's mission to engage and build healthy local communities through hands-on, solution-based food and farming initiatives. At Black Creek, this includes organic growing, social enterprise and a range of educational programming in partnership with the local community.

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