We know. It may be September, but you’re still getting your last licks of summer (literally) and they taste like the sweetest tomatoes of the season. Carry on! Please
At our 5th Bearthday Celebration this year, we were delighted to unveil our newly revised mission, vision, values and goals and also reveal our future expansion plans for the farm:
Sweet potato tostones, citrus soy salmon, a brown derby cocktail, and green tea creme brulee for dessert. Hopefully, these delicious-sounding offerings captured your attention. At Raleigh City Farm, we believe
*PLEASE NOTE: OUR JULY MOVIE NIGHT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO OUR RAIN DATE of SATURDAY 7/29! Summer is full of quintessential traditions: pool parties, cookouts, farmers’ markets, and countless more.
Ohhhhhh, those tacoooooos. We’re still dreaming about ‘em. It’s not often we start our day with a steaming hot breakfast burrito and coast into evening with the taco of our
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The Raleigh City Farm team has been engaged in a strategic planning process over the past six months with assistance from Executive Service Corps, a nonprofit capacity-building organization based here
We envision a community engaged in a vibrant, sustainable food system reinforced by a network of thriving farmers. That's a big idea, right?! And how do we get there? It starts with you - our community. If you love fresh, nutrient-dense, local food and care about the ability to have access to it for many years to come, you've come to the right place. We just so happen to know some farmers providing Farm Shares.
Let’s list the things you probably already know: Raleigh City Farm is an actual working farm. It grows and sells produce on site. It’s also host to multiple farm entrepreneurs—farmers
If you know James Edwards, you know that he is, by definition, a renaissance man. A classically trained singer and musician; a chef who has designed, built, owned, and operated his
Keith Chesnutt grew up in the mountains of North Carolina, in a small town just outside of Boone. As a kid, Keith remembers lots of his neighbors grew and sold Fraser firs