Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

We are pleased to announce that our Community Supported Agriculture program at Full Circle farm has reached full capacity! This could not have been possible without the support of our wonderful community which has been with us through thick and thin, restaurants like Country Gourmet & Sangeetha with their passion for serving local food and programs like FarmDoor with their commitment to connecting local farms directly to neighborhoods.

We could not be more pleased that our labor is bearing fruit (pun intended!) and that we all get to share in the joy of growing and eating food that is not only good for us but also good for the earth in so many ways!

For those who just missed signing up for our CSA program, take heart! We will have more spots open in the near future. Sign up for our wait list to keep up to date with our next CSA share availability.

As always, we would love to see you at the farm. Our doors are always open to the community to walk in, learn, take in the feel of a farm, experience what it is like to grow food by volunteering and buy our fresh veggies through the farm stand. We look forward to serving you in the future!

Click here for more information about our CSA program.

Please follow us on our Facebook page and this web site for ongoing activities.

ShareBox CSA Program

Sustainable Community Gardens partners with Sunnyvale Community Services to provide up to 5 full CSA shares of Full Circle Farm fresh local produce to local residents in need. There’s one small catch. It takes a generous person, such as yourself, to make this work. Your donation of $25 keeps your neighborhood farm running for everyone. Full Circle Farm sustainably grows local produce and prepares a ShareBox for someone on your behalf. Sunnyvale Community Services distributes the produce to those in need. More families get access to fresh, local produce, contributing to a healthy diet. Wow, that’s a lot of impact for a Jackson and a Lincoln.

Founded in 1970, Sunnyvale Community Services is an independent, nonprofit emergency assistance agency. Their mission is to prevent homelessness and hunger for low-income families and seniors facing temporary crises. They provide financial aid, food, and other support that prevents larger problems with more expensive solutions.

Sunnyvale Community Services helps families and individuals living in Sunnyvale, CA who are in need of emergency aid. They serve people of all ages, from children to seniors.

Click the button below to donate.





Halloween

The Sunnyvale Sun recently did a story on the farm’s Halloween activities.

Pumpkin Patch and Haunted Corn Maze

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Come to the Farm for a spooktacular Haunted Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch. Open all through October and November Farm Stand Hours (Fridays 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm and Sundays 10:00 am – 2:00 pm)

Prepare to be a-Maze-d by Sunnyvale’s largest living yet strangely undead Corn Maze. The twisting turns will bewilder and bewitch with surprises around every corner.

Afterwards you can pick out a nice, solid pumpkin for your Halloween and Thanksgiving decoration at the Haunted Pumpkin Patch. Our selection will astonish you!

Tons of fun crafts and activities will be available in October to children of all ages. We’ll have face and pumpkin painting.

Admission is free.

Monday Morning Yoga at Full Circle Farm

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A 4-class series of Gentle Yoga for adults meets at Full Circle Farm on Oct. 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th at 11 a.m. The first class is free. Drop-ins are welcome for $15 per class. To learn more, click the image. To register, click here.