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Martha Ramos and Paula Rojas

Ongoing Commitment to Racial Justice

Racism is a subject that is difficult to talk about, uncomfortable to confront, and absolutely necessary in addressing the work that we do regarding food access here in Austin. Because our City has a difficult history of race-based discrimination, we as a non-profit have the very difficult task of not only dealing with the ramifications of this history, but finding ways to actively undo the systems that allow discrimination to continue. Over the last 4 months, staff at Sustainable Food Center have been participating in racial justice trainings led by Dr. Martha Ramos-Duffer and Paula X. Rojas. Continue reading to learn more about this crucial and ongoing training program being conducted at SFC.

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Like SFC Farmers' Markets on Facebook!
By popular demand, we have a created a Facebook page dedicated to all four locations of our SFC Farmers' Markets. Be sure to give it a "like", and we'll keep you updated on the latest market news, events and more. Tag SFC Farmers' Markets when you are shopping and let us know what you are excited to buy each week! Like us »

SFC Farmers’ Market Downtown, Saturday from 9am-1pm:

  • UberEATS Expands: UberEATS is now expanding their radius for home delivery of fresh, local produce and flowers from the SFC Farmers' Market Downtown. For first-time orders, your order will be FREE! Every new UberEATS user who enters promo code SFCEATS16 at checkout will receive $20 off their first order, and UberEATS will in turn donate $3 to support SFC’s mission! Order Saturdays from 8:30am-12:30pm. Learn more »
  • Summer Melons: Looking for sweet summer melons? Tecolote Farm has delicious and flavorful canary melons! They also have other wonderful summer produce items like summer squash, okra, cherry tomatoes, Chinese long beans and pepper. All Tecolote produce is certified organic.
  • Sweet Figs: Go fig or go home with tasty figs from Urban Roots! They have sweet figs that are perfect for canning, adding to a sandwich or anything else you can think of.

SFC Farmers’ Market at Sunset Valley, Saturday from 9am-1pm:

  • Honey: Looking for a sweet addition to your tea or coffee? Bee sweet and grab some locally made honey from Round Rock Honey - they have several size options and a natural beeswax lip balm.

Continue Reading This Week at SFC Farmers' Markets »


We're Hiring!
SFC is seeking a creative, knowledgeable and hard-working individual to guide SFC’s evolving Farm to School programming efforts in conjunction with multiple partners, serve as an advocate for local farmers, provide management and administrative oversight for Farm Direct projects and project staff, and represent the Farm Direct program and SFC in the community. Learn more »

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MAD Greens - Round Rock Opening
Celebrate the grand opening of the first MAD Greens restaurant in Round Rock (and 3rd in Texas)! Join us on July 21st to enjoy made-to-order salads, wraps, paninis and juices. A portions of proceeds benefit SFC.  Learn more »

Sustainable Agriculture Courses at ACC
Did you know Austin Community College offers sustainable agriculture classes at their Elgin campus? Check out their course catalogue today to sign up for the Fall 2016 semester!  Learn more »

Reliant EcoShare
Reliant customers, are you looking for an easy way to support EarthShare of Texas members like SFC while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions? Check out the Reliant EcoShare program today!  Learn more »




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