Green Tomorrows is a hands-on farming and food access program open to low-income families and individuals. Through this program, we pair education with produce distribution to empower individuals to grow and cook fresh food while providing produce from the farm to supplement their diets.
Interested in participating in Green Tomorrows?
Income-qualifying individuals may participate in this work-share program by pitching in with farm work for 2 hours to receive a 6-10 pound bag of fresh produce from the farm. Farm tasks vary by season and need, including weeding, watering, planting, and harvesting.
April 16-October 29th, 2016 (farm will be closed 5/28, 7/2, 9/3
Please bring proof of income. No registration required. Advance notice to Farm Manager, Brian, preferred: Brian@commongoodcityfarm.org, 202-559-7513