News & Events
Living City Farms is always looking for opportunities to learn, connect, and share the joy of regenerative growing. From farmers markets and farm-to-table dinners, to workshops and podcast interviews, we invite you to share in our journey too!
Farm-to-Table Beer Dinner at Thirsty Dog Brewing Co.
Wednesday June 15th, 6pm
Thirsty Dog Taphouse (587 Grant St. Akron, OH 44311)
Cost: $35 per person
Reservations: Email email@example.com or call 234-571-1456
Summit Lake Neighborhood Farmer's Market
Tuesdays from 4-7 PM
Outdoors at the Summit Lake Community Center (380 W Crosier St, Akron, OH 44311)
Tallmadge Farmer's Market
Thursdays from 4-7 PM
Outdoors at the Tallmadge Rec Center (46 North Munroe Rd. Tallmadge, OH 44278)
We'll be adding events as our harvest grows. Check again soon!
News and Media Features
Urban Farming Grows in Northeast Ohio but Faces Challenges
WKSU, September 17, 2021
TALLMADGE, Ohio — The idea of urban farming is a straightforward one. Take vacant, unused land in an urban setting and transform it into something that gives back to the community. And while urban farming is growing in Northeast Ohio, the farmers are still facing a host of challenges. Read more...
Farm and Dairy, June 23, 2021
TALLMADGE, Ohio — Living City Farms started out as an urban farm for Ms. Julie’s Kitchen, a vegan restaurant, in Akron. It’s growing bigger than that, now. But it’s still relying on connections to the restaurant and community. The farm and the restaurant are both owned by Good Place Holdings, a company that seeks to build up “good places” in the community, farm manager Steve Larson said. The farm receives funding from the organization, along with centralized and shared business resources, like accounting and marketing support. Read more...
WKYC.com, March 26, 2021
Local library systems lending more than books
Steve Larson of Living City Farms
The No-till Market Garden Podcast with Jesse Frost, March 22, 2021
Farmer Jesse talks with Steve Larson of Living City Farms in Akron, Ohio about urban agroecology, the power of no-till cover crops on succeeding cash crop response, compost dilemmas, the results of following the guidance of a few popular agronomists, and tempering our ideologies to include a broader range of tools in our ecological growing toolbox. A very grounding conversation. Listen here...