Stock up on fresh, locally grown veggies this winter at The Food Project's Lynn Winter Farmers Market! The first market will be held this Saturday, December 15, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Salvation Army in Lynn. SNAP, HIP, debit, credit, and cash accepted. Hope to see you there!
Live in Roxbury, Dorchester, or Mattapan? Interested in growing seedlings for use in educational or community-building projects? Apply for spring 2019 seedling space in the Dudley Greenhouse! For more information and to apply, visit link in bio. Applications due January 11, 2019.
Join the team! The Food Project is accepting applications for Crew Leaders to lead our summer Seed Crew in Greater Boston and on the North Shore from June through August. Successful applicants will have enthusiasm for working with youth, a strong work ethic, and be ready for an unforgettable summer! Candidates from all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. For more info and to apply, visit link in bio.
In 2006, The Food Project expanded on the North Shore with the addition of two acres on the historic Long Hill Farm in Beverly, through a partnership with The Trustees. Pictured are members of Seed Crew and staff, having fun on the land. Any '06 Seed Crew alumni out there?
A big thanks to @oregontilth for supporting The Food Project and featuring us in the latest issue of In Good Tilth magazine. Check it out via link in bio. Though the wonderful article has us dreaming of summer, the work of Red, Abby, Anika, and Manny doesn't stop just because it's cold out. Keep this work GROWING STRONG all winter long with a donation today at thefoodproject.org/donate (📷: @juniperstudios)
#GivingTuesday is here and you can keep The Food Project GROWING STRONG all winter long by making a donation today. While the days are getting darker and the nights are getting colder, our greenhouses are just warming up—fill them with growth by making a donation today via link in bio.
What do all of these veggies have in common? They're all part of The Food Project's Dudley Winter CSA, and you can enjoy them this winter! Sign up for this one-time share that will contain a bounty of fresh greens as well as 25 lbs. of storage vegetables. Pickup is at the Dudley Greenhouse on Saturday, December 15th. Visit link in bio for more details and to sign up today!
In the spirit of thanksgiving, we're especially grateful to all of you who make The Food Project's work with youth, food, and community possible. You help us work towards our vision of a world where youth are active leaders, diverse communities feel connected to the land and each other, and everyone has access to fresh, local, healthy, affordable food. THANK YOU!
Learn, Grow, and Connect at The Food Project's Winter Institute presented by Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare Foundation. In this three day Institute, from February 7 – 9, 2019, you'll engage in hands-on learning about The Food Project's youth development and sustainable agriculture models, and network with peers from around the world. Register today via link in profile.
Missing your farmers market or CSA veggies? Enjoy farm fresh produce this winter with The Food Project's Dudley Winter CSA. This one-time share can be picked up at the Dudley Greenhouse on December 15 and will contain a bounty of fresh greens (salad mix, spinach, arugula, collards, kale, pea shoots, radish shoots) as well as 25lbs. of storage vegetables including squash, potatoes, carrots, beets, and more! For more info and to sign up, visit link in profile.