ALERT: Market Day has been temporarily relocated from Homestead Park to Leeuwenhof. Details here.
Market Day is every Saturday from 09h00 – 14h00.
As individuals, we can bring about change every day through what we choose to buy and cook. But change also begins in our communities, and through action we can take together with our families, our neighbours, our local farmers, our local shops, and even our politicians. Together, we can assume more control over at least some of the food we eat, by understanding where it comes from, who has grown it, how it has been grown and how it has arrived on our plates. And we can even get actively involved in the process by growing our own, or helping a farmer, or setting up a food buying co-op, or influencing decisions made locally that will support a better local food system. Thanks to www.foodmatters.org
Volunteers needed for urban farming in Cape Town on Saturday mornings, from 7am onwards. Come out to the Farm and lend a hand.
The future of OZCF is in your hands. We are asking for your support. Click here to learn how you can help.
Join the bokashi brigade, help feed the Farm and reduce your waste.
Stunning shirt with OZCF logo on the front and “Give Peas A Chance” on the back. Buy a shirt, help OZCF, and dazzle everyone with your style. Collectible. Giftable. Compostable. Organic. Adult and kiddies sizes. You know you want one. Or two.
We are a small group of local residents who have been working to get a city farm established in Oranjezicht, and are looking for like-minded residents to help us. There is much work to be done and exciting times lie ahead. If you would like to lend a hand, please check out our volunteer page.
We have plans for a membership scheme that can help all residents and supporters get involved more easily. Stay tuned for more..
In the meantime, if you are interested in staying informed about what is happening with the OZCF, you can sign up for our mailing list below:
OZCF Quick Info
Using Social Media?
If you’re uploading photos or video, writing blog posts or pinning or tweeting about OZCF, can you please use the tag ‘#OZCFarm’ or tag us on Twitter when you tweet about it @OZCFarm. We appreciate your help in collecting all the various social media out there about this project, and need your help to tell the story. Thanks.
Be sure to visit our Facebook page – a hive of activity.