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Fresh
Future Farm

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Planting the seeds of food justice.

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We are on a mission to restore one historically-excluded community at a time.

Starting with our home in North Charleston, South Carolina, we are growing within a community that's been pushed to the margins. By employing our neighbors to build and operate a transformational urban farm and grocery store, we are improving wellness and livelihood at ground level.

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Impacting Communities Like Ours

Simple, ancestral farming techniques coupled with a purposefully-built, self-sustaining regenerative ecosystem enable an efficient and effective fresh food solution for any community. We are sharing our best practices with our Fresh Future Farm network in order to end food apartheid across the country.

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Micro-incubator for neighborhood herbalists

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Powered by nature: free solar and wood chips

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Sheet mulching to store water

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Chicken fertilized shade

Historical Farm Tours about neighborhood

Sliding Scale Grocery Store

Soil to plate  food system with value added items

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Neighborhood favorite blueberry bushes

Trees & cultural crops create microclimates

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Dry farming cultivates nutrient-rich crops

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Functional green space fulfills municipal and customer needs

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Nourishing our Neighbors

We center ancestral ingenuity and best practices, to produce great-tasting, nutrient-rich, and affordable produce for our neighbors.

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From Loquats grown on the Urban Farm

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To Loquat BBQ Sauce sold by a North Charleston Chef

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Ending Food Apartheid

Over 23.5 million  Americans are impacted by food apartheid, or what is often referred to as food deserts. Food scarcity is impacting the health, wealth, and quality of life for thousands of neighborhoods across the country. We are here to help change that.

Partner with Us

Through sponsorships, media, and other forms of support, Fresh Future Farm aligns with brands that align with our mission and values.

Make a Gift

Support our vision in ending food apartheid across the country. As a registered nonprofit, gifts to Fresh Future Farm are tax-deductible.