WELCOME TO BLACK URBAN FARMERS ASSOCIATION
POSITIVELY IMPACTING HEALTH AND HUNGER
Our mission is to positively impact health and hunger by providing locally grown pesticide-free fruits and vegetables. We highlight African American Cuisine and a plant-based diet.
BUFA grows a variety of pesticide free, locally grown fruits and vegetables. Our specialty is greens. Some of our other offerings are Okra and Purple Hull Peas.
Located in the fertile San Joaquin Valley, BUFA is inside the small town of French Camp, CA. We are constantly learning, cultivating and expanding to better serve our community.
Grown With Love
Order Online Specials
Explore Our Crops
Meet our team
BUFA Stockton’s Original founders also include:
Almus and Inez Aldridge
Louie and Susan Small
Thank you for your vision, hard work and generosity.
MEET THE BOARD
Reatha Hardy Jordan
Judith de Lane
Events and Admin
Planting and Growing Committee
BECOME A BOARD MEMBER
Do you have experience in or are pursuing an education in accounting, law, or marketing? We are currently looking for board members to be a part of our team to support our impact! Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BUFA Farms Pop Up Mobile Market
Come visit the Mobile Market!
The Mobile Market, in operation soon, will be a farm stand on wheels that brings fresh produce from BUFA Farms directly to Stockton area markets. Buying local produce keeps that money nearby where it can be reinvested in services and businesses in the community. We strive to offer the highest quality fresh produce, with a diverse range of seasonal food offerings.
We accept cash, debit, credit, and CalFresh/EBT
Approximately 40% of the Stockton and surrounding communities are in a food desert. This means, defined by the USDA, that many areas are lacking access to fresh fruit, vegetables and other healthy foods, largely due to the lack of access to grocery stores or other food sources. Families who suffer from food insecurities are not able to access healthy foods and unfortunately suffer disproportionately higher from diet-related illnesses.
501(C)(3), nonprofit organization