Salt City Harvest Farm grows food, culture, and community alongside the New American Community through the cross-cultural exchange of food traditions with access to farmland, education, and economic opportunities.
Sunchoke (Helianthus tuberosus), also called Jerusalem artichoke, is a native perennial sunflower. Their tubers are edible and often used as a potato substitute/addition. They have a nutty earthly flavor to them and are great roasted and in soups. Try slicing them raw and thin to add into a salad.
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At Salt City Harvest Farm we strive to grow more than only food. We are committed to growing culture and community as well! The Community at SCHF includes a rich cultural diversity of people from all over the world. We strive to connect people of all ages to new foods, cultures, and plants. None of our work would be possible without the support from volunteers and partners. We welcome you to come visit, learn, and grow with us at the farm! Visit the pages below to learn more about opportunities to be involved!