Much of of the good we grow is sold through our farm stands, all of which are located in Midtown Kingston. By co-locating our farm stands in community centers, we work to break down some of the barriers that prevent people from accessing healthy food. We accept all kinds of payment: SNAP, WIC, FMNP, cash, checks, and debit cards. We strive to keep the prices low and we will always work with you if cost is a barrier.
FARM STAND AT THE YMCA OF KINGSTON OPENS JUNE 7
THURSDAYS JUNE 7-November 1
507 Broadway, in the lobby
BICYCLE POWERED MOBILE FARM STAND OPENS JUNE 13
TUESDAYS JUNE 19-SEPTEMBER 11
3-4:00 WMC Health HealthAlliance (alternating weeks Broadway Campus and Mary's Avenue Campus) June 13 will be Broadway Campus
4:30-5:30 Kingston Public Library
How to find the mobile market: At the Broadway Campus, we are set up just inside the Emergency Room entrance, across from City Hall's side entrance. At Mary's Avenue, we are set up outside of the main entrance. At the library, we are in the parking lot near the entrance to the library.
SCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
We offer field trips for area schools, scouting groups, homeschool groups and more. We offer field trips in May-October and they typically last 1.5 hours. Children will engage in real work around the farm-it might be seeding, transplanting, harvesting, watering, or clearing a bed. We always include a sensory tour as well which engages children to explore using sight, sound, taste, smell and touch. We can also customize aspects of the field trip based on units of study and curricular tie-in. Cost is $75-$150 depending on the size of the group.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule your field trip.
Camp Starfish is a six week camp for 5-12 year olds that meets at the YMCA. At least twice a week, the campers come out to the farm to work. They seed, plant, harvest, water and do what is needed on the farm. In partnership with the Chef’s Collaborative, they also get hands-on cooking classes and nutrition education.
Through this employment program, youth practice skills related to sustainable urban farming, as well as customer service and other valuable job readiness skills. The youth farm crew participants also learn about food justice, local food systems, and are positioned to become agents of change within the food system.
Each high school farm crew season will include workshops with experienced professionals in the agriculture field such as local farmers, farm-to-table co-packers, farm market managers, food justice advocates, and/or local chefs.
If you would like to bring your group or organization to the farm for a work day or for an educational event, please contact the farm at email@example.com.