Urban Folk Farm is a new farm on the southwest corner of Jacksonville located near the Equestrian Center. We are two city folks from Miami who want to provide naturally grown, great tasting, and healthy food to the Jacksonville community.
The fall of 2014 was our first planting season. This year, we are planting several varieties of bok choy, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, and lettuce, carrots, beets and many more delicious vegetables. Not only are we planting on our fields, but part of Urban Folk Farm is also dedicated to small scale permaculture; we've got veggies growing all over! We have small orchard of young fruit and nut trees. Currently, we have a few free range chickens, but our girls don't venture too far from their coop because of the hawks in the pine scrub that surrounds our farm. We have a limited amount of eggs for sale.
We look forward to meeting you all at the local farmers markets, but in the meantime feel free to give us a call, or stop by and hangout for a bit in our little piece of paradise!
Follow us at Urban Folk Farm LLC on Facebook, Twitter @urbanfolkfarm, and Instagram #urbanfolkfarm.
Season: November through May
Type: single farm
Full Share: Full Season 31 Weeks 11/8/18- 5/30/19 Full Season Bi-Weekly 16 Weeks 11/1/18-5/30/19 Half Season Winter 16 Weeks 11/1/18-2/14/19
Work Req? No
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Schedule and Location:
Saturdays 10AM-3PM Beginnning November
Check out our website at www.urbanfolkfarm.com
We are closed for the season until the end of October.
We accept PayPal and EBT and participate in Fresh Access Bucks (FAB)
I visited the farm today and received a tour from Alina. She is very passionate about the quality of the (non-GMO) seed they use to the type of fertilizer applied.... [more]
Such an awesome, family-owned farm with a great variety of vegetables and fruit! I'm a college student who loves to find places to pick up local produce and Urban Folk Farm is definitely the perfect spot.... [more]
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A super cool place, although definitely a little out of the way (They said they were doing a farmers market in the city soon though!). I chanced upon Simon and Alina at a community service event a couple of weeks ago and they invited me and my kids out to run around and play farmer for the day.... [more]