Photo Journal See what we’re all about! Neighborhood youth learn about pollination while creating beautiful flower petal collages. Local youth paint new signs for Southside Community Farm. Neighborhood youth picking strawberries — “We’re rich!” Youth program participants harvest potatoes. Everyone got to take home a bag! Community matriarch and long-time supporter of SCF, Chef Hanan Shabazz fries fish for one of the farm’s monthly 4th Sunday dinners. SCF co-founders Shuvonda Harper and Roy Harris honor Hanan Shabazz for her commitment to the community at one of SCF’s 4th Sunday dinners. Volunteers from Southside Community Farm move compost from SCF to Murray Hill Community Garden. We love supporting and collaborating with other local community food efforts! Volunteers add compost to our farm rows to prepare for spring planting. Volunteers and farmers pose with freshly prepared farm rows. Co-founder Roy Harris with his wizard staff (a dried sunflower stalk). Farm manager Chloe Moore harvests fresh carrots before a monthly BIPOC Farmers Market. Local farmer Tamarya Sims of Soulfull Simone Farm vends at Southside’s BIPOC farmers market. Farm manager Chloe Moore selling fresh produce and merchandise at our BIPOC farmers market. Free Pantry (part of SCF’s Free Grocery Program) located at 214 Livingston St., Asheville. Fresh beets harvested from the farm for the Free Grocery Program Beautiful Glass Gem corn–a variety first cultivated by Cherokee plant breeder Carl Barnes–grown at SCF Passion flowers are harvested and dried for making a soothing herbal tea. Southside Community Orchard, located at 214 Livingston St. SCF staff work with volunteers to plant elderberry trees and build a walkway in Southside Community Orchard.Photo Credit: Cleaster Cotton. Raised beds in full bloom support local pollinators.