Crispen Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15214
Crispen Street Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15214 US
Contact Name:
Gavin Deming

Community Farm Land is gardened collectively by volunteers and sometimes paid staff, where produce is shared among volunteers, donated, and/or sold for no profit. Includes food pantry, gardens, and food forests.
Everyone can join our project! We invite people to become members by investing a little time and energy to help make things grow together.
Mission Statement: Ballfield Farm is an all volunteer small communal farm on a long abandoned baseball field. In addition to growing vegetables together, participants have planted trees have to restore the woods in response to emerald ash borer devastation, a small stream is being restored, walking trails through the woods are maintained as a means ensure ecological health to this great property in Pittsburgh’s Perry South neighborhood.
Established 2008
In addition to Gavin, you can contact Charles Chapman at or by phone at 412-302-1678
Project Partners: The Pittsburgh Project, PWSA, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Duquesne University
The growing space typically operates Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. See the website for upcoming hours.
Our produce is available to our volunteers and donated to the food pantry.
Volunteers are welcome, please contact Gavin or Charles. All that is needed is to show up at an open time to get plugged in.
We have a monthly potluck on the first Friday of each month and occasionally have other events.
Most growing is inside an old baseball field, we have dozens of beds where we grow produce collectively throughout the growing season.

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