Inwood Community is a 501c3 Non Profit farm located in lower Shingletown.
Started by the Emmons Family, who are educators and farmers in their own right, the land they have provided for ICF is 3 acres +/-. The farm allows space for educational activities, bee hives, animal husbandry, garden area and room to grow.
Established in 2015 with our pilot garden going in 2016, 2017 marked our first year actively planting, networking and marketing as a 501c3 non-profit. Our goal is to continue to provide food to people in need through various food banks and other community outreach programs as well as hosting educational space for programs to schools, home-school groups and community members.
Inwood Community Farm’s (ICF) mission is to develop a sustainable, environmentally responsible farm system, offering fresh, seasonal produce to our surrounding communities.
By offering produce to the general public as a primary fundraiser, it then allows us to also be able to achieve our greater passion and driving force behind the farm, which is to be able to provide the same nutrition rich, seasonal produce at low or no cost to elderly, handicapped and families & other individuals on fixed incomes. We also encourage groups and other individuals to utilize the farm as a community space for education and other various activities.
We strive to provide healthy food and offer educational opportunities for the public in our surrounding communities.
We greatly appreciate our wonderful community and the amazing encouragement we receive. Without your support, not of this would be possible.
Please contact us for info regarding volunteer opportunities, field trips, available produce and events.