Sign up for our 2017 Market CSA!

Sign-up for the 2017 Market CSA is now open! If you're interested in a dependable source of farm-fresh produce with less commitment than the traditional CSA program, then consider joining Common Good's Market CSA.

Introducing Arcadia & Common Good City Farm's Market at LeDroit Park

We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Arcadia's Mobile Market. Together we will host Arcadia and Common Good City Farm's Market at LeDroit Park. The weekly market offers seasonal fruits, vegetables, and herbs from Common Good along with produce, meat, dairy, and other regional farm products from Arcadia's Mobile Market. All products sold at the Market are locally grown and sustainably produced.

Season Opener ~ Saturday, April 15th!

It's time to kick off the growing season with Common Good City Farm at our annual Season Opener Event! Join us Saturday, April 15th from 10am-1pm for free family fun day, featuring: kids' activities, farm tours, and a cookout. And the fun continues in The Park at LeDroit with an Easter Egg Hunt, giant bubbles, & a scavenger hunt, starting at 10am.

At 11am, we will holding the dedication of The Tricia McCauley Memorial Herb Garden, all are welcome.

Honoring Tricia McCauley

Common Good City Farm is dedicated to honoring the memory of our beloved friend and longtime herbalist, Tricia McCauley. Our hope is to use our farm, in particular the medicinal herb garden, as Tricia did for so many years - as a place to grow, learn, love, laugh, and connect. Please visit our Honoring Tricia McCauley page to learn more about how we can collectively honor Tricia at Common Good City Farm.

More Veggies Means More Storage & An Exciting New Partnership

We have been amping up our produce production and have literally outgrown our current refrigerator and produce storage capacity. So when the Washington Architectural Foundation approached us to partner on a construction project through their Design in Action (DIA) program, we jumped at the opportunity.

Double your impact with a matching donation!

We are excited to partner with Jack Johnson on his 2017 Summer Tour and All At Once, a social action network connecting nonprofits with people who want to become more involved with their community.

From now until September 1, Jack Johnson's charity is matching all gifts donated to Common Good City Farm, up to a total of $2,500. Make a contribution now and your money will be doubled by the Johnson Ohana Foundation!

Join the 2017 Common Good CSA!

Applications are now open for the 2017 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) season and will be accepted through March 10th. (Deadline extended through March for income qualifying applications)
We've been busy making plans and preparations for our 2017 season and spring will be here soon. We are excited to offer another great year of produce for our CSA members, and we hope one of them could be you! You can’t get more fresh and local than the Common Good City Farm CSA.

Join Us at Rooting DC on Sat, Feb 18!

Join Us at Rooting DC, the 10th annual free day-long conference about urban agriculture, on Saturday, February 18!

There will be dozens of workshops focused on urban agriculture, food growing, cooking and preserving, DC food policy, herbalism, beekeeping, food justice and so much more!

Rooting DC
Saturday, February 18, 2017
9 am - 4 pm
Woodrow Wilson High School
3950 Chesapeake St NW, Washington DC 20016

Check out the line-up here:

Give the gift of healthy, affordable food

Not sure what to get your loved ones this holiday season...why not give to Common Good City Farm in their honor? By making a contribution in your family member or friend’s name, you can help us increase access to and provide education about fresh food and healthy living. When you make your honorary gift, we will send you a certificate to print and present or we will send the certificate to the recipient on your behalf.

Rooting DC 2017: Call for Presenters

Rooting DC 2017 Call for Presenters!
Date/ Location TBD February 2017

For the past ten years, the Rooting DC forum has been the central meeting ground for individuals and nonprofits looking to grow a healthier food system in the nation's capital. What started as a small gathering of like-minded urban gardeners in 2007, has grown into an annual event with more than 1200 individual attendees from across the city, and more than 60 local nonprofits and urban farm collectives sharing their knowledge and learning from one another.


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