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Images of Spring at TFP

Over the past several months, Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow Chris Fowler has been photographing the happenings at The Food Project all over greater Boston and the North Shore. Here are a few images from Chris's camera that ilustrate late winter and spring at The Food Project. 


January - Local gardener Maria Barros leads friends and neigbhors in a Cape Verdean cooking class at The Food Project's Dudley Street office.


February - Community Food Associate Jennie Msall gardens with refugees and clinicians from the Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights (BCRHHR) on a sunny winter afternoon in their raised beds in the Dudley Greenhouse.


February - Greenhouse gardeners Fadumo Khiere and Rahma Farah laid out cutting boards for guests to use during their Somali cooking class in The Food Project's Dudley Street office.


March - TFP youth interns and volunteers plant tomato seedlings in the enterprise bay of the Dudley Greenhouse.


March - TFP youth interns load topsoil into the van during a day of raised bed garden building in Gloucester and Cape Ann, Mass.


April - The Food Project's Lincoln farm staff grow seedlings in the greenhouse. The seedlings will later be transplanted into the fields of the Baker Bridge farm.


May - Intern Program Manager John Wang consults with interns Eva and Thalia during The Food Project's City Farm Festival.


May - TFP Intern Eva discusses square foot gardening methods with visitors during The Food Project's City Farm Festival in the Dudley Greenhouse.


May - The Mei Mei Food Truck parked outside the Dudley Greenhouse to sell food to TFP staff and guests during The Food Project's City Farm Festival.


June - Head Grower Tim Laird stops at The Food Project's office in Lincoln to gather seeds for the next round of planting at the Baker Bridge farm.