City Slicker Farms acknowledges that we are living and working in occupied Ohlone Chochenyo territories. With respect we acknowledge them as the original keepers of the land we stand and farm on.
For more information visit Sogorea Te’ Land Trust & Native Land CA
City Slicker Farms stands in solidarity with the millions who are taking to the streets in protest against the state sanctioned murder and systemic oppression of Black people. We condemn police brutality, and we grieve for the lives lost to racial inequality.
The Farm is open to the public Tuesday through Thursday with special events the First Saturday of the month and throughout the week. We ask that anyone who is NOT vaccinated, please wear a mask as we have many immunocompromised, elderly and under-5 community members.
I think being a leader is understanding when it’s
time to lead and when it’s time to step back and let other people lead, because you have to let people grow.
I love my food, I don’t need chemical fertilizers, which is very important [to me]…Watching the vegetables we planted grow[ing up] everyday, the prosperity makes me feel that I am not too old yet.
In a crowded city full of cars and
concrete, it’s so cool when someone can have a piece of nature in their backyard
and some self-sufficiency when it comes to their food. I like being a part of that.
[I] can both eat healthy green food and it also green the environment, making the surrounding living environment beautiful and healthy, and the air is fresh. I like to grow Chinese food: blue beans, mustard greens [and] garlic shallots.