Upcoming

Summer Farm Apprenticeship

Through a partnership with Anne Saxelby Legacy Fund, we are hiring apprentices to work at Southside Community Farm this summer! This is a month long, paid learning and work opportunity focused on young adults age 17-25. Local BIPOC interested in agriculture, food justice, and/or community health are strongly encouraged to apply.

Anne Saxelby Legacy Fund sends apprentices around the country. If you would specifically like to be placed at Southside Community Farm, please say so in your application and also reach out to us to introduce yourself and say hi by emailing southsideavlgarden@gmail.com. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2024.

See what Anaya learned during her SCF apprenticeship, summer 2023

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. 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. Many of our vendors are unable to accept card, so don’t forget to bring cash. Join us to purchase fresh, local foods and crafts, and to support Black and brown owned businesses!

The 2023 market season is now over. See you in Spring, 2024!

Find more info about our BIPOC Farmers Market here.

Southside BIPOC Farmers Market, October 2023. Photo Credit: Mike Talyad

Volunteer

Public volunteer days will resume in March 2024. See you soon!

Fill out our volunteer form here to receive emails about our volunteer work days and other opportunities.