Access to healthy food options along the west boulevard corridor is a huge issue.

“If you ask people door to door, block to block, house to house, what are one of their needs — they will tell you we need a grocery store in the West Boulevard corridor,” Rickey Hall said. “It has long been a dream.”

Seeds for Change will improve health through community gardens and a co-op grocery store, educate through an aquaponics lab and cooking classes, offer job training and bring the community together.

Local Media Features:

UNC Charlotte urbanCORE: A cooperative, community-led solution for food insecurity in West Charlotte.”

Fox 46: “Sowing seeds for change: West Boulevard Coalition community garden flourishes”

Spectrum News 1: “Male Mentors Wanted: Charlotte Group Provides Fresh Food, Jobs to Underprivileged Neighborhood”

Carolina Farm Trust: “In this short clip from our docu-series “The Farmer That Feeds Us”, Rickey Hall (Board Chair of the West Boulevard Neighborhood Coalition) speaks about racial injustices in food systems. Residents of Charlotte’s West Side have been advocating and fighting for a full-service grocery store for decades.”

We Are The Land: An investigative documentary exploring the many hidden benefits of a local food economy. Arguments for local food often focus on fresher produce, better environmental impact, and keeping dollars local. In this film, we dive deeper into the world of local agriculture to find out how else it can benefit a community.


Our Honey can also be found in Rhino Market! Look for us in the Morehead and Uptown Locations!



We are open to the public

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 3pm-6pm

Saturday 9am-12pm


Currently For Sale (10/13/22):

Red / Green Tomatoes

Yellow Squash




Hot Peppers


Sweet Potatoes (limited quantities!)



Coming Soon:

  • Vegetables
    • Collards
      • Blue Max
      • Georgia Southern
      • Morris Heading
    • Kale
      • Curly
      • Lacinato (Dino)
    • Cabbage
    • Broccoli
    • Green Beans
    • Onion
    • Ginger Root


Volunteer with us!

Corporate, Social, and Religious organizations in Charlotte and the surrounding areas are more than welcome to help build the farm, the soil, and the community that the farm serves! Email Farm Manager Mason.


“Many Hands Make Light Work!”