The Common Good City Farm is a jewel in LeDroit Park’s already illustrious crown. Common Good is an urban farm and education center growing food for low-income residents in Washington, DC and providing educational opportunities that help increase food security, improve health, and contribute to environmental sustainability.
Since 2007, Common Good City Farm has taught over 1000 DC residents in workshops, engaged over 1500 DC school children, and hosted over 2000 volunteers. In 2010, Common Good City Farm provided over 6000 servings of fresh vegetables to low-income DC families. Learn more about their programs.
There are many ways to get involved with the good work of the Common Good City Farm. You can volunteer on and off the farm, attend a workshop, drop off your veggie kitchen scraps . . . learn more ways to get involved here.
In May 2011, His Royal Highness, Prince Charles of England visited the farm to great media fanfare. Watch the video below to learn more about his visit and about Common Good City Farm.