Our new Community Food Access Initiative reflects UFI’s commitment to growing resilient economies in our neighborhood.  As part of this commitment, we are focused on supporting an urban local food ecosystem that reflects the diverse values, cultures, and communities within the Fairfield neighborhoods and the surrounding neighborhoods of eastern Huntington, Guyandotte, and Altizer.  As part of this initiative, we are interested in finding local gardeners, urban farmers, and community gardens in our area that are interested in joining this diverse ecosystem of local urban agriculture/garden network and working collaboratively to solve hunger and food insecurity in the region.

If you’d like to volunteer in one of the community gardens, or have a garden or urban farm and would like to collaborate with us on this effort please fill out the following interest form.