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Events & Workshops


Fall Garden Fest 

Join us for a Seed Garlic, Compost, and Supply Sale! 
October 20, from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. 
Compost is $5 per bag or $1 per 5 gallon bucket if you bring your own bag or container. Garlic is $3 for 18 seeds, which will grow to 18 heads of garlic.
Learn how to plant and care for garlic and preserve your harvest with a cold canning workshop from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. (feel free to bring your own jars and produce, but not necessary). There will also be free kale apple smoothies and children's activities. 

Free soil testing for lead will be available: for information on collecting a soil sample, please contact Angel at [email protected]  or 617.442.1322 x55

Dudley Village Fall Farmers Market 

Enjoy this one-time fall farmers market event! 

November 17, 2018
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Find a wide array of unbeatable locally-grown, fall vegetables for sale including butternut squash, pie pumpkins, popcorn, apples, collards, carrots, onions, potatoes, and more (subject to change)! 

Credit, debit, cash, EBT/SNAP are all valid forms of payment. HIP eligible. To learn more about the Healthy Incentives Program (HIP), click here. 

There will also be free soup and activities for the kids! 

Dudley Greenhouse
11 Brook Ave., Roxbury

2019 Winter Institute 

February 7 - 9, 2019

Join us to learn, grow, and connect with your peers from across the country and the world. 

“Institute was exactly what I needed to get my creative juices flowing around my fledgling ideas for a sustainable food project involving youth.”

The three-day Institute is packed with activities, workshops, and engaging conversation that will teach you about The Food Project's youth development and sustainable agriculture models, food justice initiatives, and how to create more food secure communities. Register today!

A taste of what you'll get at the Winter Institute: 

Learn the foundations of youth leader development in the context of farming, social justice and food access initiatives. Have in-depth conversations with The Food Project staff and others interested in youth-led sustainable, local agriculture. Get inspiration and support from others to create change in your own community. 

Cost: $450. Click for more information and to register!

Contact Information:

Cindy Davenport | [email protected]






The Food Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Tax ID: 04-3262532


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