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In Memory of Lenore Travis

All of us at The Food Project are deeply saddened to learn about the tragic accident and untimely death of our dear friend, Lenore Travis.  “Lenore has been such a champion of The Food Project and an important part of our community, serving on our board of trustees for many years and as co-chair of our upcoming event on May 6.  We will miss her humor, no-nonsense approach, generous spirit, and wisdom in so many ways”, said James Harrison, Executive Director. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time. 

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How can we bridge the gaps?

J.'s Corner: A message from Executive Director J. Harrison

On March 29, I had the opportunity to speak on a panel titled "Bridging the Gap: How to Make Just Food Affordable for Farmers to Grow and Consumers to Buy" at Harvard Law School's Just Food? Conference. The aim of this panel was "to explore several models that successfully connect peri-urban farmers to urban consumers. These enterprises support farmers struggling to make a living while also providing fresh, healthy, local produce to low-income urban populations."

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Plant a Garden


It’s finally that time of year again! After a long, snowy winter, The Food Project is ready to come out of hibernation. We’ve been busy this winter starting seedlings in Boston, Lincoln, and on the North Shore. Now, the seedlings are ready to be taken home by someone like you!

 

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