Common Good City Farm aims to create a vibrant, informed, and well-nourished community through urban farming.
Did you know that you can save your own seeds to replant next year? Seed saving is an important part of agricultural history.
Plantain is a common weed found in lawns, alleys, and farms that is great for healing the skin.
Thank you to everyone who came out to our Community Work Day on Saturday, June 22!
We had a magical evening with Chef Kat of Kutlery who led participants through a cooking demo of a 4-course meal complete with beautiful floral centerpieces as well as incorporating the history of notable LeDroit Park residents into each dish.
As we enter summer, we will be getting a bounty of produce. Here are some ways to preserve some of that produce for later use!
Here at Common Good, we’ve spent ten years focusing on sustainable agriculture techniques that can be used in both home and commercial food production.
Join us for our Farm Stand Preview Party to enjoy free snacks, pre-register for Produce Plus, and tour the farm!
Spring is here is and we have an exciting line up of events at Common Good City Farm so be sure to check them out!
Spring’s arrival means that we are getting close to our season kick off and the start of our youth programs.
There are many ways you can get support Common Good City Farm, both on-farm and off. With your generous support, we can reach our vision of creating a vibrant, informed and well-nourished community.
Banner Image Photo Credit: Shawn Bruce Creative Works