Updated November 5, 2020
At SFC, we’re taking seriously the impacts of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on our community – our staff and volunteers, our partner agencies, and our program participants. We are committed to doing our part to ensure that everyone stays healthy during this rapidly evolving public health situation. We are also concerned about the economic impact on local growers as well as the food access impact for our low-income neighbors.
These are unsettling times, with the potential for our programs, work, and timelines to be disrupted. In an effort to take every precaution and prioritize health and safety, SFC has closed our physical office to the public until further notice, with our staff working from home, except for participation in essential community activities that are needed to keep farms in business and families nourished by healthy, local food. If you need to contact SFC Staff, please email or call.