We are in need of a passionate individual to lead our organization in the fight for food justice and equal access to green spaces.
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We reinforce self-sustaining access to food and build community through urban farming, education, and recreation.
At City Slicker Farms, we believe that healthy, affordable food is a universal human right. This belief is demonstrated daily through our work with individuals, community groups, and other like-minded organizations to develop and support high-yield urban farms and community gardens.
At a time of rapid and unsettling change, City Slicker Farms offers a “nourishing community” that promotes the setting of roots, not only of the food that people grow, but of a the social connections that sustain body and soul. At a time and in a place of so much uprooting and displacement, City Slicker Farms promotes a model of community rooted in sharing and sustenance, connecting people not only to the soil, but to each other.
City Slicker Farms has been at the forefront of the urban farming and food justice movement, gaining national recognition for its success in supporting low-income communities of color to grow nutritious produce in the East Bay’s food deserts.
Compost Workshop with StopWaste: Oct 19th, 10-12
Community Days: Saturdays 12-4
Drop-In Volunteer Hours: Tuesdays 4-7, Saturdays 12-4
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As a not-for-profit organization, we rely on funding and support from individuals and businesses who share our vision.
Each year we build dozens of gardens for community members, feed hundreds, and educate thousands of people about health, nutrition, and agriculture.