SFC conducts an in-depth 9-month visioning process that results in a new mission, vision, and organizational structure.
Public opening of the St. David's Foundation Community and the JP's Peace, Love and Happiness Teaching Garden.
SFC moves into its new center in the heart of East Austin after a $4.5 million Capital Campaign.
SFC offers the first SNAP incentive program in the state of Texas, matching food assistance benefits at SFC Farmers’ Markets.
SFC takes over the farmers’ market at Sunset Valley in response to farmer and community need.
Launch of Austin Farmers' Market in Republic Square (now called SFC Farmers’ Market Downtown)
SFC merges with Austin Community Gardens to strengthen programs, integrate talents and consolidate administrations.
SFC partners with Texas WIC to distribute Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program vouchers to WIC eligible moms.
Sustainable Food Center (SFC) is founded.
ACG becomes an independent non-profit organization.
Austin Community Gardens (ACG) is founded as a project of the YWCA.