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Important Update: Closure of South Street Farm Location

To our supporters, donors and advocates, we hope this message finds you well and safe. We want to express our heartfelt gratitude for your unwavering support towards Infinite Zion Farms and our mission to bring sustainable agriculture to our urban families. Over the years, South Street Urban Farm has been a symbol of our commitment to local, organic, and community-based farming. However, we have made the difficult decision to discontinue operations at this location.

Infinite Zion Farms commitment is unwavering and with our ongoing volunteers and community members that brought us support it has been a very difficult decision to discontinue operations at this location.

This decision was not made lightly, and we want to assure you that it in no way diminishes our dedication to our mission. We are actively exploring new opportunities and partnerships to continue providing fresh, organic produce to families living in food deserts and educating the youth about agriculture.


Your support has been instrumental in our journey, and we are grateful for the trust you have placed in us. As we navigate through this transition, any volunteers that are interested in helping to assist with the move can contact us at volunteer@infinitezionfarms.org. We are also seeking a skid-steer and dumpster rentals during the move if anyone is able to provide an in-kind donation. As always, we appreciate your understanding and continued support. We will keep you updated on our progress and any new developments that arise.

Once again, thank you for being a part of the Infinite Zion Farms community. Together, we have achieved remarkable things, and we look forward to building an even brighter future.

With gratitude,

Infinite Zion Farms


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I am so heart broken. I feel the city really don't want poor neighborhoods nearby.

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