City Farm.  When we farm, Chicago grows.

We are the urban agriculture program of the Resource Center.  We grow wonderful vegetables: heirloom tomatoes, kale, beets, herbs, salad greens, garlic and so much more.  All on previously vacant land, overlooked and underused.   We want to develop vacant land throughout Chicago, bringing access to fresh produce to communities as we expand.

As one blogger put it, “City Farm is a stunning bit of green smack in the middle of the concrete jungle.”

City Farm is currently farming at 1204 N. Clybourn Ave. (corner of Division and Clybourn) and in partnership with the Washington Park Consortium at the corner of Perry and 57th.

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