Volunteer with the Common Good City Farmers Program!

Have you been wanting to get your hands dirty as a farm volunteer at Common Good? Sign up now to be part of our City Farmers program this fall, a great option for dedicated volunteers who want to learn more about urban farming!
We are now taking applications for the fall session of City Farmers which begins the week of August 23 and goes through the end of October (when our 2017 season ends).

Next Market at LeDroit Park

This Wednesday marks another Market at LeDroit Park! Come try Common Good and Arcadia's delicious farm fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, eggs, and dairy products this Wednesday, July 19 from 3-6pm on 3rd and Elm Streets NW.

Common Good's offerings this week are
-Cherry and Heirloom Tomatoes (in limited quantities)
-Okra
-Chard
-Beans (in limited quantities)
-Summer Squash
-Cucumbers
-Peaches (in limited quantities)
-Collards

Market at LeDroit Park this Wednesday!

Come join us for another week at the Arcadia and Common Good City Farm's Market at LeDroit Park this Wednesday from 3-6pm on 3rd and Elm Streets NW. Enjoy farm fresh and local produce, meat, and dairy with Common Good and Arcadia.

Common Good's offerings this week -
Chard
Kale
Collards
Squash
Okra
Cucumbers
Turnips
Basil
Mint
Lavender seedlings

Exciting Progress on our storage build!

If you've stopped by our farm recently, you may have noticed that it's looking a little different now. That's because we've been gaining a lot of momentum on our recent produce storage and walk-in cooler build. Read more about our exciting partnership with the Washington Architectural Foundation and infrastructure improvements here.

Click through to read about our progress!

Meet Krista

If you’ve stopped by our farm stand or visited our farm, you might already recognize her. This is Krista’s first year as a city farmer and she’s already become an integral part of our operation here at Common Good.

Wednesday June 28 Market at LeDroit Park

As always, Arcadia and Common Good City Farm's Market at LeDroit Park will be held this Wednesday 3-6pm on 3rd and Elm Street NW. We have some exciting new produce this week so make sure to come by!

Common Good's Produce Offerings:
Cabbage
Collards
Kale
Summer Squash
Cucumbers
Cherry Tomatoes (in limited quantities)
Okra (in limited quantities)
Peppers (in limited quantities)
Peaches
Basil
Lavender, Tomato, Cabbage, Nasturtiums seedlings
Common Good Pickled Radishes

Tomorrow's Produce at the Market at LeDroit Park

Stop by Arcadia and Common Good City Farm's Market at LeDroit Park tomorrow from 3-6pm for fresh, local produce, meats, eggs, and other farm products. Cash, credit, SNAP, WIC, Produce Plus, and Senior FMNP accepted. We will continue to distribute Produce Plus vouchers on site.

Common Good will be offering:
Cabbage
Peppers
Collards
Kale
Turnips
Summer Squash
Cucumbers
Lavender, Tomato, Cabbage, and Nasturtium Seedlings
Common Good Pickled Radishes

Tomorrow's Market at LeDroit Park

Join us tomorrow from 3-6pm for another week of Arcadia and Common Good City Farm's Market at LeDroit Park. We will be distributing Produce Plus vouchers on site.

This week, Common Good is offering

-Spring Onions
-Radishes
-Kale
-Turnips
-Collards
-Chard
-Summer Squash
-Lavender, tomato, cabbage, nasturtium seedlings
- Common Good Pickled Radishes

Thank you to our Do More 24 donors!

We would like to sincerely thank everyone who participated in Do More 24. With the matching donations from the Jack Johnson Foundation, we exceeded our $1,500 goal! Thanks to you, we will be able to safely and securely store more farm-fresh produce for our community.

Do More 24 Tomorrow!

Remember to join Common Good and hundreds of other DC area nonprofits tomorrow, June 8, for Do More 24. This exciting initiative – headed by United Way NCA – brings together the community in a 24-hour day of giving for various nonprofits serving DC, Maryland, and Virginia. Donate to us tomorrow and help us reach our $1,500 goal. All donations will be matched by the Jack Johnson Foundation!

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