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Franklinton Farms

909 W. Rich St
Columbus, OH 43222

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Franklinton Farms

Started in 2007 as a lone community garden on a small vacant lot, Franklinton Farms has since developed into a thriving network of gardens and food production sites scattered throughout the neighborhood’s urban landscape.

In addition to our organic food production efforts, we offer a wide range of garden-based activities, educational programs, and employment opportunities in order to empower neighbors and build a healthy community.


Ratings & Reviews


Jason Tanner

Jason Tanner

Volunteer

Columbus, OH

August 3, 2016

Franklinton Gardens

This was fun and the entire team was really positive and fun to work with. Special thanks to Justin Kornicki.

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Ashley VanDyke

Ashley VanDyke

Advocate

Columbus, OH

August 12, 2014

Franklinton Gardens

A great way to get give back the earth and the community! Works your body and your soul (:

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Cassie Bergman

Cassie Bergman

Volunteer

Columbus, OH

May 13, 2014

Franklinton Gardens Urban Farm

My team and I had a great time volunteering in the garden. It was great for team building & helping the community in the process.

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Mary Murico

Mary Murico

Volunteer

Dublin, OH

May 11, 2014

Franklintton Gardens

I enjoyed helping in the gardens and thought the time was well spent and the event was organized. It was a great weather day to do it, and I'd volunteer again!

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Urban Farm Beautification in Franklinton

Urban Farm Beautification in Franklinton

Support Franklinton Farms

Date: September 26 | Time: 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Venue: Franklinton Farms

Address:
867 W Town Street
Columbus, OH 43222

Details:

Started in 2007 as a lone community garden on a small vacant lot, Franklinton Farms has since developed into a thriving network of gardens and food production sites scattered throughout the neighborhood’s urban landscape. Growing food is the cornerstone of their efforts to improve the neighborhood. Franklinton Farms has grown and donated thousands of pounds of fresh food to local food pantries.
 
Join Besa and Franklinton Farms to help increase access to local produce in our community! As a volunteer, you'll be assisting with general stewardship and maintenance of the farm. Tasks may include weeding, raking, planting, harvesting, and preparing the garden beds. Volunteers may also work indoors, either tending plants in our high tunnels or assisting with property maintenance, tool organization, and other various tasks. Supplies, including tools and gardening gloves, will be provided.
 

Franklinton Farms will provide gloves and also practice social distancing. No client interaction will take place during this volunteer event. Volunteers are required to bring their own mask or face covering, Franklinton Farms will not be providing any. 

 

The health and safety of volunteers is a priority. If you are sick, over the age of 50, or have a chronic health condition, it is in your best interest to stay home. Click here for more information about COVID-19.

 

  • 10 is the minimum age required and all minors must be accompanied by an adult.
  • A lead volunteer from Franklinton Farms will be on-site to provide orientation and training.
  • Closed-toed shoes are required.
  • Please dress for the weather and in comfortable clothes that can get dirty. Long pants are suggested for this project.
  • Volunteers are encouraged to bring sunscreen and a bottle of water since you will be outdoors.
  • For instances of inclement weather (snow, rain, etc.) the farm has high tunnels and indoor space for volunteers who prefer to work indoors.
  • New Volunteersplease print, fill out, and bring this liability waiver with you. 
  • Parking is available in the surface lot. 
  • Unfortunately, this event is not ADA accessible. 
  • Court-appointed volunteering: At this time, we can not accept court-appointed request


Click
 here for more information about Franklinton Farms and the amazing work they do.

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Urban Farm Beautification in Franklinton

Urban Farm Beautification in Franklinton

Support Franklinton Farms

Date: October 24 | Time: 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Venue: Franklinton Farms

Address:
867 W Town Street
Columbus, OH 43222

Details:

Started in 2007 as a lone community garden on a small vacant lot, Franklinton Farms has since developed into a thriving network of gardens and food production sites scattered throughout the neighborhood’s urban landscape. Growing food is the cornerstone of their efforts to improve the neighborhood. Franklinton Farms has grown and donated thousands of pounds of fresh food to local food pantries.
 
Join Besa and Franklinton Farms to help increase access to local produce in our community! As a volunteer, you'll be assisting with general stewardship and maintenance of the farm. Tasks may include weeding, raking, planting, harvesting, and preparing the garden beds. Volunteers may also work indoors, either tending plants in our high tunnels or assisting with property maintenance, tool organization, and other various tasks. Supplies, including tools and gardening gloves, will be provided.
 

Franklinton Farms will provide gloves and also practice social distancing. No client interaction will take place during this volunteer event. Volunteers are required to bring their own mask or face covering, Franklinton Farms will not be providing any. 

 

The health and safety of volunteers is a priority. If you are sick, over the age of 50, or have a chronic health condition, it is in your best interest to stay home. Click here for more information about COVID-19.

 

  • 10 is the minimum age required and all minors must be accompanied by an adult.
  • A lead volunteer from Franklinton Farms will be on-site to provide orientation and training.
  • Closed-toed shoes are required.
  • Please dress for the weather and in comfortable clothes that can get dirty. Long pants are suggested for this project.
  • Volunteers are encouraged to bring sunscreen and a bottle of water since you will be outdoors.
  • For instances of inclement weather (snow, rain, etc.) the farm has high tunnels and indoor space for volunteers who prefer to work indoors.
  • New Volunteersplease print, fill out, and bring this liability waiver with you. 
  • Parking is available in the surface lot. 
  • Unfortunately, this event is not ADA accessible. 
  • Court-appointed volunteering: At this time, we can not accept court-appointed request


Click
 here for more information about Franklinton Farms and the amazing work they do.

Sign up for this event