May 2020: Featured in Durham County Extension’s “Join Us: Farms and Gardens.” Watch the video to learn more about the Hub Farm and our partnership with Extension. The Hub Farm feature begins at 3:50.
March 2020 A little sunshine with the Hub Farm. “On the first weekend of March, I found myself on a sunny Saturday surrounded by two troops of girls scouts and a handful of other adults at the Hub Farm in Durham.” Read the full article to learn more about the Hub Farm!
December 2019 – Hub Farm Improves Facility With Grant From Duke Energy Foundation. In addition to funding from several other corporate funders and grant programs, these funds will go towards renoavation of an old agricultural pond into a thriving wetland. Read the full article here!
May 2016 – The INDY’s Food Triangle: Katherine Gill of Durham’s Hub Farm. “But the space is more than just a way for students to learn about nature, it’s an environment that fosters a love of learning and curiosity for the world at large.” Read the article here.
June 2014 – Durham County Receives RWJF Culture of Health Prize from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in Recognition of Outstanding Efforts to Help People Lead Healthier Lives! Recognized as “beacons of hope and progress for healthier people and families,” Durham County was among six communities selected from more than 250 prize applications across the country. Among the highlights of Durham’s successful application was Durham community leaders’ innovative approach to expanding access to healthy foods, including the creation of the Hub Farm. Learn more about the award here.
Fall 2013 – Growing Mind’s Hub School Farm in Durham. “Hub’s purpose is to empower students, no matter what their focus might be, and also to show them what can be done in a very small area with hand tools,” Rick Sheldahl notes in an Edible Feast profile of the Hub Farm.