466 S Ventura Ave
Stockton, California 95203
Phone: (209) 430-5300
Monday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
This urban farm managed by Puentes features a Farm Stand open in the Summer (May 1st - September 15th, 2016) on Saturdays from 9am-12pm. The Farm itself is open year-round to visit or to volunteer every Saturday from 9am-12pm. Boggs Tract Community Farm also offers CSAs! Every Friday morning a bountiful box of fresh produce will be dropped off at your doorstep filled with seasonal fruits, vegetables, and even natural eggs from Boggs Tract Community Farm. There will always be a variety of at least six-to-eight different kinds of fruits, vegetables and other edibles. Everything in your box is grown following organic standards. Puentes only sells the best that Boggs Tract Community Farm and home gardens can provide. If you’re a chef or restaurant owner, you’ll find Puentes supplies quality produce. More importantly, the money you spend helps the local economy. All herbs and veggies are grown naturally with no herbicides or pesticides. Order your CSA box online now!
This is Stockton's coolest opportunity for gardeners. I came here as party of a charity event to help put together some infrastructure pieces. Boggs Tract is a really nice community farm - lots of space, an entire food-prep area, and a picnic spot. They have plots available for private rent(?), and an area for child education. More people should get involved - getting in touch with nature and natural foods is hard for kids these days. Boggs Tract is a little haven for education and private gardening. The pictures are of a wall my team finished up. Whimsical and practical!
The farm is great. They are working on their goal of changing the world. I am a bit biased. I am the beekeeper for the farm, but the only reason I am doing that service for them is because I like what they are doing.
I work there. It is a positive place cor the community to grow their own food or buy farm fresh food.
This place has come a long way from breaking ground in a blighted dump site to thriving urban farm that incubates innovation and entrepreneurs!