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City Slicker Farms
1625 16th Street
Oakland, CA 94607

 

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Community Market Farms Program

 

Community Market Farms
All farms are located in Oakland, CA

Winter Schedule (November - February)

Community Market Farms Seasonal Closure: The Community Market Farms at Union Plaza Park and Secret Garden will be closed starting on November 27, 2014 and will reopen in in February 2015.

Last Farmstand of 2014: The last farmstand of 2014 will be Wednesday, November 26, at its usual location at Union Plaza Park. The farmstand will reopen in February 2015.

Ralph Bunche Nursery modified Winter hours: Open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 1:30-5:00 p.m. during the winter, except for closures on the following dates: November 29, December 24, December 27, December 31, and January 3.

 

Growing Season Schedule (February - November)

Farm Stand - For West Oaklanders
Located at Fitzgerald and Union Plaza Parks / Corner of 34th & Peralta Streets
Saturdays, 10 am until produce sells out

Fitzgerald and Union Plaza Parks
Corner of 34th Peralta Streets
Thursdays & Saturdays, 10 am – 5 pm

The Herb Farm
3434 Haven Street
Open on special workdays or for events. Please call or check website for additional workdays.

Ralph Bunche Nursery
1240 18th Street
Wednesdays & Saturdays, 1:30 pm – 5 pm

The Secret Garden
5105 Genoa Street
Fridays, 10 am – 5 pm

During these open hours, volunteers of all ages are welcome to drop-in and help out. If you have questions, please feel free to call us at 510-763-4241.

About the Community Market Farms Program

Our Community Market Farms Program takes vacant or underutilized land and transforms it into market farms. All the food produced on the farms is distributed on a sliding scale basis at our Saturday farm stand. In an area where access to healthy foods is limited, our farms make it possible for many families to eat fresh vegetables rather than processed foods. The program creates sustainable food systems that provide affordable, nutritious food directly to traditionally underserved populations in West Oakland. In 2010, we secured a grant to purchase a 1.4-acre lot that will serve in perpetuity as a an Urban Farm and Park for West Oakland.

Learn more about our individual farms.