Our stand is open from July through October. We offer 40+ varieties of organically grown (though not certified) fruits and vegetables. All of the proceeds from the produce stand are used to directly support our mission of reducing hunger by growing food, building skills and nurturing community on our 6-acre urban, educational farm. Use our new online system to add our produce to your shopping cart. Conveniently pay online and then pick your order up at our beautiful farm in Springfield on Saturday.
At the beginning of each week, we will update what produce we have available on our local line store. You can shop at anytime, however, in order to pick up your produce the Saturday of that week, your order must be placed by 5pm on Thursday. Any orders placed after Thursday at 5pm will be available the subsequent week.
Orders can only be picked up at the Youth Farm, 705 Flamingo Ave. between 10am and 2pm on Saturdays.
At the farm, we have increased our sanitation of common surfaces, and all workers wear masks, and wash hands frequently. Please wear a mask when you are picking up your produce, and maintain social distance of at least 6 feet from other customers. We also ask that only one person picks up produce, and that children remain at home or in the car.
The FOOD for Lane County Youth Farm is an educational urban farm located on 6 acres of prime agricultural soil in North Springfield. We grow 40 different vegetable crops that we sell to the general public through our Community Supported Agriculture program and two produce stands. The majority of our produce is distributed by FOOD for Lane County to our network of partner agencies that serve the needs of households who are food insecure.
Learn more on our Gardens page.