Community Access

Farm Stand

If you live around the area of one of the Urban Farms, visit us for your fresh food needs! Our pay-what-you-can farm stand is open regularly and offers the community access to freshly picked vegetables from the farm. We pride ourselves on growing high-quality produce that everyone can enjoy. Donations are encouraged for farm produce but no one is turned away for inability to pay.

Clarfield Farm Stand – starting April 2017!

3220 Groveport Road (43207)

  • Tuesday’s 5 – 7 pm
  • Saturday’s 9 – 11 am

Wheatland Farm Stand – starting April 2017!

116 N. Wheatland Avenue – in health center parking lot (43223)

  • Wednesday’s 9 – 11 am

Community U-Pick

Starting June 2017 at Clarfield Farm! In addition to our Farm Stand, community members are invited to get their hands dirty and help with the harvest during the summer season. We designate a portion of the farm to grow vegetables so that neighbors can enjoy the bounty by harvesting for themselves. Donations are also encouraged for using the community u-pick.

Senior Homebound Delivery

For those who have difficulty leaving their home but would benefit from having access to healthy produce, we offer a volunteer-run delivery program weekly. This program is limited to those who live in the direct neighborhood surrounding the farms. Please contact us to learn more.

South Side Roots Cafe & Market

Located in the newly opened Reeb Avenue Center, we are proud to supply the cafe and market with farm fresh produce so that the entire community can enjoy our bounty. Visit South Side Roots Cafe & Market today!

For more information about how to access farm fresh produce, please contact us at urbanfarms@midohiofoodbank.org or 614-274-7770.