Graphic Lockup displaying Community Care Break with an underline with an interlocking heart graphic

Alemany Farm Logo with illustration of a field


Alemany Farm is the largest agricultural space in San Francisco – a 3.5-acre organic farm that produces over 20,000 pounds of produce each year, which they distribute to the community for FREE! Friends of Alemany Farm manages the land and operates educational programs to help the community understand where their food comes from.

Alemany Farm depends entirely on volunteers to operate. Your time will keep the farm running. Produce grown on the farm benefits community members in need as well as volunteers who take produce home after their volunteer shifts.


Time commitment 4 hours
Day(s) of week Mondays and Saturdays
Time of day 1pm-5pm
Location 700 Alemany Boulevard, San Francisco, CA 94110
Languages Monolingual English and Spanish, Bilingual staff on site
Physical requirements Stooping, crouching, kneeling, lifting up to 40lbs
Other Can volunteer solo, in a pair, or as a group
Training Alemany provides on-site orientation and training
How to register
What to expect
  • New volunteers take an orientation tour of the farm at the beginning of the workday
  • Afterward, volunteers work on various projects and will end the day with a vegetable harvest for volunteers to take home
  • Farm projects may include weeding, planting, bed preparation, fruit tree work, compost making, mulching, pathway maintenance, greenhouse work, and more
What to wear/bring Hat, sturdy shoes, jacket with layered clothing underneath, sunscreen, snacks, water bottle, and a bag (to bring home some produce)