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Parasitic Wasps Protect TFP’s Tomatoes

Tomatoes in the Dudley Greenhouse
Tomatoes in the Dudley Greenhouse
In the back bay of the Dudley Greenhouse, past the seedlings and the community beds, hundreds of tomato plants are just reaching maturity. We call this part of the greenhouse the "Enterprise Bay." Later this week, Greenhouse Manager Danielle Andrews and Community Food Associate Jennie Msall will harvest the first batch of tomatoes. The tomatoes will be sold to restaurants in Boston and Cambridge and the revenue will contribute to the cost of operating the rest of the greenhouse.

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A Healthy Harvest at The Open Door

Easter Egg Radishes from the Garden
Easter Egg Radishes from the Garden
This past Monday, May 21, FoodCorps Service Member Grace Cherubino and Cape Ann Farmers' Market Backyard Growers Program Coordinator Lara Lepionka got their hands dirty harvesting vegetables from the community garden at The Open Door Food Pantry in Gloucester, Mass. Their harvest of spinach, Easter egg radishes, brassica, sweet leaf lettuce, arugula, baby kale, cilantro, chives, and oregano went directly into The Open Door's cooler for the community members who have been helping in the garden this spring.

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Announcing Our New Executive Director

Dear Friends,

On behalf of The Food Project’s Board of Trustees, I am writing to share exciting news. We are delighted to inform you that after an exhaustive nine-month
nationwide search we have selected Selvin Chambers as The Food Project’s new executive director. Selvin will officially join us on June 1, 2012.

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City Farm Fest is This Saturday!


Come celebrate spring with The Food Project! The Food Project will be holding its annual City Farm Fests in Lynn and Boston this Saturday, May 12, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. All members of the community are invited to join us for gardening workshops; plant, seed, and gardening supplies sales; children’s activities; food; and more. Come learn how to start your garden, get expert tips on maintaining your garden, buy essential garden supplies, or simply enjoy the festivities!

 

 

Lynn City Farm Fest

WHERE: TFP's Munroe Street Garden, 100 Munroe Street, Lynn, Mass.

WHEN: Saturday, May 12, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

WHAT:

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