Faces of the Farm ~ Meet Tricia!

Tricia in the herb garden

Our resident Herbalist Tricia, has been with Common Good City Farm almost since the beginning. The farm moved to its current location in the fall of 2009, and Tricia began working on the medicinal herb garden the following spring. If you enter the farm through the Park, you will see the beautiful herb garden that Tricia has designed— full of colorful and unique medicinal herbs. All of the herbs have wonderful health effects, from calming an upset stomach, to helping mend broken bones and scrapes!

Farm Stand today, from 3-6pm!

Come to our Farm Stand today from 3-6pm!

As summer is now in full swing, we have:
Summer squash
Asian Greens
Rainbow Chard
Mustard Greens
Collard Greens

Stop by for a sample of mustard green pesto!
We accept EBT/ SNAP, Senior FMNP, Produce Plus, WIC.

Join Us for a Workshop this Saturday on Using Herbs to Manage Stress

Come check out our workshop this Saturday on using herbs to manage stress!

Join us for a fun and informative workshop led by Tricia McCauley.

Herbs for Stress Management
Saturday, June 27
11:30 am - 1 pm
Common Good City Farm
V Street between 2nd and 4th Streets, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Please register here:

Farm Open Hours to close at 6pm this Wed, June 24

Hi everyone!

We will be closing the farm Open Hours early this Wednesday, June 24, at 6 pm, instead of 7 pm.

Farm Open Hours: Wednesday, June 24, 3 - 6 pm

The rest of the farm Open Hours for this week will follow our normal schedule:

Thursday, June 25, 3-6 pm, Open Hours AND Farm Stand, come buy some of our produce
Friday, June 26, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Saturday, June 27, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Sunday, June 28, 3 - 6 pm


Faces of the Farm ~ Meet Nevaeh!

Meet Nevaeh!

At 9 years old, Nevaeh is one of our youngest faces on the farm! Nevaeh, who lives across the street from the farm, visits multiple times each week to participate in our LEAF after-school program. “I like all the people here, and the food is good!” she says. During LEAF, Nevaeh has learned about planting, environmental science, harvesting, and whole foods cooking — getting hands on experience along the way!

Today at the Farm Stand...

Its Thursday! That means its Farm Stand day! Stop by to pick up some of our delicious and fresh offerings.

Today we'll have: radishes, turnips, beets, rainbow chard, collard greens, mustard greens, lettuce, asian greens, arugula, and more!

On the farm, 3-6pm.

Unsure what to make with mustard greens? Try this recipe, which would be great even without the sausage for a vegetarian entree:

Be A Farm Volunteer

groupCome be a part of your community and get out in nature, right in the city by volunteering on the farm. We welcome interested individuals to join us during our open hours to volunteer on the farm as a Drop-In Volunteer.

Faces of the Farm ~ Meet Ron and Tony!

Ron and Tony

Ron and Tony just might have one of the most interesting viewpoints of the farm: as Property Managers for the DC Housing Authority working at the nearby Kelley Miller apartments, Ron and Tony often enjoy looking at the farm from the rooftop! “It's beautiful!” Tony says, “I love looking over and seeing it, how it's all organized in rows.” “It really looks nice from the top of the building,” Ron agrees. They both appreciate the beauty, and the delicious vegetables, that the farm adds to the community.

Farm Stand today 3-6pm!

We mustache you a question.... Have you heard about our Farm Stand, on the farm 3-6pm every Thursday? Lettuce serve you delicious fruits and vengetables! We hope you turn-ip!

Turnips, beets, lettuce, chard, arugula, collards, and more! Come and get 'em!

Grated Raw Beet Salad
Adapted from The New York Times

Faces of the Farm ~ Meet Scott!

Meet Scott!

Rain or shine, we can depend on Scott coming to our weekly Farm Stand. Scott has been a farm “regular” since we launched our Stand last year, and always comes ready to snap a picture of our produce and “tweet” his finds out to his large Twitter following— something we appreciate very much!


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