SCF produces 10-12,000 lbs of food at each farm site, every year. Produce is distributed through a diverse array of programs, with over one third of the harvest going to support community food access:
CSA (Community Supported Agriculture): sponsored/free, work/trade, SNAP/EBT, and traditional paid shares for 60+ households at each farm
Donation-based farm stands
Farm to Cafeteria for local schools
Produce donations to local food pantries and school backpack programs
SCF also hosts educational opportunities for youth and adults alike throughout the season, including: farmer training (intern/apprenticeships), volunteer days, farm camps, field trips, tours, workshops, classes, community celebration events, and more.
EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL TRAINING – increase knowledge of how to grow, prepare, and enjoy local seasonal foods and support the farmers who produce them.
FOOD PRODUCTION & ACCESS – produce enough local, healthy and nutritious produce to feed whole neighborhoods surrounding our farm sites, and distribute it equitably in the community.
COLLABORATIVE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS – work with community partners to grow and build resiliency into the local food system.