Ohio City Farm Stand Now Open Weekly on Saturdays


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Ohio City Farm, established in 2010, is one of the largest and most prolific urban farms in the nation thanks to its six-acre footprint. The plots are planned, planted and cultivated by a team of former refugees through the Refugee Response program.

The farm sells directly to a variety of area restaurants, but also to the general public through its CSA program and Farm Stand. The CSA allotment has been fully spoken for, but the farm stand is a home cook’s second-best option. Open every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the stand sells organic seasonal produce, fruits and herbs at the peak of perfection.

Look for the stand near the intersection of W. 24th & Bridge Ave., not far from the giant Market Garden "BEER" sign behind the West Side Market.

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