I’ve heard some questions raised lately about Raleigh City Farm. Some ask whether our model is very replicable. They also wonder whether we are doing enough to engage with the

Awesome workday yesterday with the Eschelon Hospitality Team! These guys and gals came out early morning and worked hard … and kept smiles on their faces all day long. Whether

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Today we took a break from row construction to tend to our young plants, repair some rows where weeds had broken through our defenses, and also plant more seedlings. We

A friend asked me recently during lunch why I grow food when I live in the city and can buy it all. Don’t I believe in the division of labor?

I once got a new roommate who found himself having to change a lot in order to adhere to the house rules. We had a number of ‘green’ practices in

One peculiar thing about Raleigh City Farm is that we are a non-profit who aims to sustain ourselves on our own revenue. This makes many in the non-profit world nervous.

When envisioning Raleigh City Farm’s potential impact on the community, we had high hopes that our presence might revitalize the block on which the farm resides. We figured that once

We are so grateful to everyone who came out on Saturday, November 26 to the Food Truck Festival & Fundraiser. We had a blast and received lots of positive feedback.

Our request to lift the restriction on agriculture on the corner of Franklin and Blount has passed! Many thanks to those of you who supported the process with letters and


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