Sow Much Good

Urban Farm reopens
Sow Much Good

On Saturday, April 12, the community market, Sow Much Good's Urban Farm, re-opened on 3400 Sunset Road in northwest Charlotte. The market provides low price chemical free produce, eggs and honey to more than 73,000 people living in urban food deserts.

The market, which will be open Wednesdays from 3-7 p.m. (first day is today!) and Saturdays from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. will also be offering a Farm Fresh To Go option beginning in May. Described as the market's version of an affordable CSA, it will give residents further away access to the goodies being offered. Weekly baskets will be delivered to homes or can be picked up at the Urban Farm. 

The executive director of Sow Much Good, Robin Emmons, says she is excited to be back at the market serving her community. In a press release, Emmons said, "While I am extremely grateful for all of the wonderful and amazing honors that came last year, the work that connects me with the people we serve is what fuels and inspires me most. I am so excited to re-open the market this season and to re-connect with the community that I love. The market and the community residents who come, are sweet reminders that it is my passion that fuels my purpose – and the market allows a meaningful space for the expression of both."

If you'd like to donate to the Urban Farm, check out all the info here

Categories: Dine & Dish, Food + Drink