Unlimited Future, Inc is working toward a neighborhood food system that respects, celebrates and values the land, all people and community.

Located on 8th Avenue in the Fairfield neighborhood, UFI has deep roots in this diverse community where many people experience economic, social, and health challenges.

The neighborhood has some of Huntington’s highest rates of nutrition-related chronic health issues and lacks access to healthy food options.


The Market@1650 Hours:

Monday – Thursday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm


Working together to increase access to locally sourced food in the neighborhood. 

The Neighborfood Ecosystem is a collaboration between organizations, individuals, and families to grow, harvest, store, prepare, and eat local food as a way to address long-term hunger and food insecurity in Fairfield and the surrounding neighborhoods in Eastern Huntington, West Virginia.

Seasonal Farm Trainee Jobs

Are you interested in Urban Farming? Check out UFI’s Job Board for open positions.

Tour the Ecosystem Gardens

There are no upcoming events at this time.
Check out some of the people, places and beautiful gardens in the ecosystem.

Community Gardens in the Fairfield East & West Neighborhoods

  • Urban Ag Hands-On Learning Center @ 1650 8th Avenue (UFI Building)
  • High Tunnels @ Real Life Garden
  • Children’s Garden @ Young Chapel AME
  • Unity Garden @ Ebenezer Medical Outreach
  • Children’s Garden @ Ebenezer Outreach Daycare
  • Garden at J.W. Scott/Positive People Association
  • Victory Garden @ Memphis Tennessee Garrison House
  • Maudelle Taylor Garden @ A.D. Lewis Center
  • Spring Hill Cemetary Community Garden
  • Spring Hill Elementary School Garden

Learn more about our efforts in the Fairfield Neighborhoods (East and West)

If you have a community garden that you’d like to include, please email the name, address, web address and contact person to Sara Loftus @ sloftus@unlimitedfuture.org

Tour the Ecosystem Gardens

Upcoming Events

The Neighborfood Ecosystem is a collaboration of a wide group of stakeholders possible through generous funding from organizations like these and others.