Support our Spring Fundraiser!

We need your help to have a successful growing season. Donate to support free, fresh food in Southside, as well as programs including 4th Sunday Dinners, Southside BIPOC Farmers Markets, BIPOC-only Garden Days, and the Southside Free Seed Library. This year, we want to offer more educational workshops and make more free herbal medicines available to our neighbors!

2023 Events

Southside BIPOC Farmers Market

SCF hosts a farmers market in collaboration with other BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) vendors seasonally on the first Sunday of every month, May-October from 12-3 PM. The 2023 BIPOC Farmers Market season will kick off on May 7, 2023. Location is the Arthur Edington Center parking lot, 133 Livingston Street. Our farmers market is EBT accessible and offers Double SNAP for fruits and vegetables. Join us to purchase fresh, local foods and crafts, and to support Black and brown owned businesses!

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4th Sunday Dinners

On the 4th Sunday of every month, Southside Community Farm hosts a themed community meal at the farm pavilion from 2-5 PM. All are welcome to stop by and join us, or even bring a dish to share with neighbors! Community Dinners will resume in Spring, 2023.

BIPOC-Only Garden Days

These BIPOC-only events are a time for us to come together, connect, heal, and experience joy with the land as people of color. Sometimes we garden, sometimes we sit in the shade and eat snacks, enjoying each other’s company and some well-deserved rest. Please note that these events are only for people of color!


Join us on the farm! Fill out our volunteer form here to receive emails about our volunteer work days and other opportunities.

Our first volunteer day of the year will be Sunday, March 19 from 11-2 PM.