FREE FARM STAND
Urban Adamah is pleased to share our bounty with our neighbors who don’t otherwise have access to fresh produce. We donate 90% of the produce we grow through a weekly Free Farm Stand that we run in partnership with other community organizations. The harvest we don’t give away is eaten by our fellows and staff who work the farm. Some is shared as a special gift to our donors. Since we harvested our first crops, we’ve spread the veggie love by donating over 60,000 lbs. of produce. Our weekly produce offering depends on the harvest, which changes seasonally. Local food businesses contribute additional donations.
Hours & Location
Join us with community partners including Berkeley Food Network, Alameda County Food Bank, City of Berkeley Public Health Division, and Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College.
Wednesdays 11 a.m. at the farm
Distribution – 11 a.m. until we run out of food.
What We Offer
Our weekly produce depends on the harvest, which changes seasonally. Throughout the year we usually have an abundance of greens, including kale, lettuce, braising greens and more. During the summer we also harvest tomatoes, summer squash, cucumbers and other warm-weather veggies.
Thanks to the generous donations of local businesses, we are able to offer bread, eggs, fruit, and other items as available. Please keep in mind that we can’t promise what we’ll have week-to-week, as these extras vary based on the donations we receive from local food businesses.
For more information about the Free Farm Stand please contact our Farm Stand Coordinator.