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Wildlands, Woodlands, and Farmlands

Interested in conserving the forests and farmlands of New England? Learn what you can do to help!

Join Brandeis professor and environmental historian, Dr. Brian Donahue, for his talk: "Wildlands, Woodlands, and Farmlands: A Vision for the Future of New England."

The Lincoln Agricultural Commission hosts the evening at Lincoln’s Bemis Hall on January 18 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Free.

Facebook event here



Lynn Winter Farmers Market
 

Third Saturdays, November  May 

January 20, February 17, March 17, April 21, and May 19

11 a.m.  4 p.m.

Lynn YMCA, 20 Neptune Boulevard

Announcing, by customer request, the brand new Lynn Winter Farmers Market! Come over to the Lynn YMCA to get fresh, healthy vegetables for purchase using your EBT card, credit/debit card, or cash. Your purchases are eligible for the Healthy Incentives Program. Vendors: The Food Project, Farmer Dave, Riverdale Farm, and Phalla's Produce.

Find the Facebook event here
Winter Institute
 

Winter Institute 2018

February 1–3, 2018

Fee: $450

Greater Boston Area, MA 

Be a part of our 2018! Join people from across the U.S. at our 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, and shape communities across the country. Learn more and register here


 

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