Global Garden Refugee Training Farm


Chicago, Illinois
Family Farm

100 families from Bhutan, Burma, Africa, and elsewhere have turned a vacant lot into an urban farm where they grow organic vegetables for home consumption and for selling to neighbors in Albany Park, Chicago and surrounding communities. As a non-profit, Global Garden Refugee Training Farm's mission is to:

- Improve access to fresh vegetables for newly arrived refugee families and their urban neighbors;
- Feed the souls of displaced farmers through re-connection with the soil and food production;
- Provide supplemental income for participating refugee farmers; and
- Foster new, refugee-operated farms.

Listing last updated on May 5, 2020


Non-profit urban farm where 100 plus refugee families grow vegetables in Chicago's Albany Park Neighborhood


Season:  June through September

Type:  single farm

Since:  2015

Share Prices:  For those picking up their share, the cost is $375 for (pickup on Saturdays, June 13th-September 19th). For those getting their shares delivered, the cost is $480 (shares delivered Wednesdays, June 8th-September 16th).

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Wednesdays, June-October, 5-8 PM
Lawrence Ave. & Manor Ave., Chicago, IL 60625



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