Featuring a letter from Jill, unique solutions to summer hunger, CJTP & Teaching Farm celebrations, special corporate food donation, & volunteer spotlight
Whether it’s raining, or whether the sun is shining way too high, the new classroom gives our Incubator Farmers an opportunity to continue learning indoors.
Our 2014 Growing Report infographic illustrates the true difference made by our volunteers, donors, staff, and partners in the fight against hunger.
After an abbreviated May schedule (2 days/week), IFFS's Farm Stand will sell local produce & eggs three days a week from June-October.
While the roads are too slick to travel, enjoy a few animal photos from our Tryon Road Teaching Farm of our "surprise" snowy weather this morning.
IFFS Incubator Farmer Kristina Wilhelmson (Red's Farmstand) writes about the day the hoop house was built at Tryon Road Teaching Farm.
The IFFS Langley Community Garden in Durham is busy planting, growing, harvesting, teaching, & feeding Bull City communities.
Andy Downs grew up with farming as a lifestyle. Though he’s gardened throughout his adult life, he has now returned to farming through IFFS's Incubator Farm Program.
When Beau Wagoner and Clayton Long worked together as landscapers, Beau nick-named Clayton, “the garden gnome.” Now, the two are working together again on a new venture as “Gnome & Son’s” Farm...
Tom Saile first picked up gardening from his Grandfather. While he has gardened on his own for a long time, now he is scaling up and starting a farm business through the Incubator Farm Program at the IFFS Teaching Farm...