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Interested in Growing Seedlings for Gardening Projects? Dudley Greenhouse Invites Proposals! Apply by 5 p.m. on January 12.
All 2018 shares on SALE now! Early bird discounts through January 31. Don't miss out on fresh, tasty, local produce with six different convenient pick-up locations including Dudley Town Common. Best of all, you're supporting our work with youth, food, and community. This is a great holiday gift, maybe even to yourself :) SNAP/HIP accessible. https://csa.thefoodproject.org/
Interested in community land trusts? Learn more about remarkable work of Dudley Neighbors, Inc., the community land trust that owns the 1.5 acre West Cottage Farm and the 10,000 sq. ft. Dudley Greenhouse that The Food Project farms in.
Join the team! The Food Project has just announced several new openings here on the Lincoln Farm (commuter rail accessible). Want to help transform the food system? Share with your friends or click to apply: http://thefoodproject.org/get-involved/work-here
Cook with Merengue Restaurant! Dec 9, Noon – 3 p.m. Join Dominican chef, Skarlett Abreu, to make white rice, stewed beans, chicken, roasted eggplants, and sweet plantains! Register here. http://thefoodproject.org/get-involved/events-workshops
Shout out to culinary program at Madison Park and young people leading the way! 👏
Today the day: Small Business Saturday #MSMS
Learn about Dudley Build-a-Gardener, Sharyn, and what her raised-bed garden means to her. Hear from Dirt Crew and Root Crew members about their experiences at The Food Project. Plus, updates on SNAP usage and the Lenore Travis Youth Retreat!
Join us at The Food Project's intensive Winter Institute, February 1 - 3. The three-day Institute is packed with activities, workshops, and conversations to help you learn about our youth development and sustainable agriculture models. Register today!
Thank you to all of our supporters who have helped make 2017 such a great year! The Food Project hopes that this is a time for you to connect with friends and family in gratitude. Take time to consider the impact and history of the holiday.
What will food look like in 2050? Dive into The Food Project's West Cottage Farm and Dudley Greenhouse in Boston with Jillian, Evan, Danielle, Rose, and Jess for a segment in this series created by Arts and Images Productions and TV5.ca.
See you tomorrow at the Dudley Village Fall Farmers Market!! Don't miss the tastiest fall produce you can find: apples, arugula, beets, cabbage, carrots, celery, cilantro, collards, cranberries, garlic, lettuce, kale, leeks, napa cabbage, onions, parsley, peppers (cayenne, habanero, sweet, poblano), potatoes, rainbow Swiss chard, rutabaga, sage, salad mix, scallions, and squash (buttercup, carnival, acorn, delicata, and pie pumpkin). Free soup and activities for kids too! https://www.facebook.com/events/348238938979659/
Next Saturday, enjoy this one-time fall farmers market event! Find a wide array of unbeatable locally-grown, fall vegetables for sale plus free soup and children's activities. HIP eligible.
Enjoy this one-time fall farmers market event! Find a wide array of unbeatable locally-grown, fall vegetables for sale plus free soup and children's activities. HIP eligible.
The Food Project has three full-time positions starting in January/February and is seeking qualified applicants. Learn more at http://thefoodproject.org/get-involved/work-here and apply by this coming Friday, Nov 3.
The Mount Ida students had a great time at the mattapan Farmer's Market, sharing their oral health knowledge with the community! I will try to post pictures soon!
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