farmers and our partner organizations,
ensuring that the money we raise is quickly put to use.
Crown Town Compost works with local compost facility
to turn it into nutrient-rich soil.
change through a comprehensive urban farm microsystem –
providing opportunities for employment, housing, learning,
recreation, leisure, gathering, and entrepreneurship.
Urban farm at Aldersgate
The Urban Farm at Aldersgate is a collaboration of Carolina Farm Trust and Aldersgate Retirement Community. It is a 6.7 acre farm that will grow culturally relevant produce year-round. It is not in production yet, but will feature traditional farming beds, an aquaponics system, mobile kitchen, beehives, and a hoop garden.
Mill Grove Farm Co-Op
The Mill Grove Farm Co-Op, an 11-acre site in Union County, is home to three producers. Nebedaye Farms, Serendipity Flowers, and Crown Town Compost form a supportive and comprehensive farm network of cultivation, pollination, and fertilization, demonstrating the compatibility of local food systems with the circular economy model of production.
Free Spirit Farm
The Free Spirit Farm, located in Huntersville, is 27.9 acres with 17 acres of productive land. As the newest addition to the Carolina Farm Trust family, the land has not yet been cleared, and Carolina Farm Trust is building relationships with stakeholders in Huntersville.
URBAN FARM AT ALDERSGATE
Help us build the Urban Farm at Aldersgate to use as proof of a successful urban farm in Charlotte. When people see that it works, more urban farms will arise. By supporting it, you are helping us support existing urban farms, such as Seeds of Change on West BLVD, Johnson C Smith’s Sustainability Village, and the Urban Farm at Garringer High School.
Our main goal is to make sure you and your family have a food system that you can trust and rely on. Let’s pull in our food supply chain from thousands of miles away and back to our region. Let’s make Charlotte first a state leader, then a national leader, and ultimately a global leader in building a food system that positively impacts our growing health epidemic as well as climate change. Let’s build a food system that creates the ingredients of upward mobility.
After much deliberation, we have decided to delay Carolina Jubilee until Fall 2021. While this decision has not been easy, we believe that it is necessary to protect the health and safety of ticket holders and our communities.
NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM
We have decided to postpone the Night At The Museum until further notice. While this decision has not been easy, please consider donating to Carolina Farm Trust today to help us continue our mission of strengthening our local farming systems in the Carolinas, from production to consumption.
FEEDING A REGION PREMIER
The ‘Feeding a Region’ Premiere and Panel Discussion is the debut of Carolina Farm Trust’s new short film, showcasing our vision to feed the entire Charlotte Metro with food from local farms.
Every dollar helps us strengthen local food systems in the Carolinas, whether by supporting one of our urban farms, helping farmers get the infrastructure and equipment they need, or purchasing or leasing farm land. We stand shoulder to shoulder with farmers and our partner organizations, ensuring that the money we raise is quickly put to use.
Support us by making a donation, or
by becoming a fundraiser for Carolina Farm Trust.