There are many ways to get involved with The Food Project. Join us today!
Receive updates about happenings, special events, and programs at The Food Project.
Join us on the land for a season of learning, farming, and service. Volunteers experience a day on the farm, harvest food for the hungry, and learn about sustainable agriculture. The Food Project is also a great place to bring a group from your office, school, or community to learn and serve together.
Your donations will support our youth, community, and sustainable agriculture programs in building a diverse community of youth and adults who work together to build a more sustainable food system.
Visit one of our farmers' markets in Roxbury, Lynn, or Beverly to sample some of the fresh produce grown on our farms in those communities. Or, become a member of our community-supported agriculture (CSA) program. CSA members pay at the beginning of the season to receive a share of fresh produce for their families each week. We have on-farm shares available in Lincoln, Lynn, and Beverly, Mass., and box share deliveries to various locations in Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville.
Are you between 14 and 17 years old? Teens in our Seed Crews spend seven weeks working together to grow and distribute thousands of pounds of vegetables and develop skills in leadership, teamwork, and diversity.
Check our events page to stay updated with upcoming events and workshops at The Food Project.
Attend one of our three-day institutes to visit our farms and offices in the greater Boston area and learn about the inner workings of The Food Project.
The Food Project is always looking for talented people to join our Board of Trustees. In particular, individuals with finance, fundraising, legal, communications/media, social enterprise, or agricultural background/experience are sought. If interested, please contact Board of Trustees Chair Gene Benson at email@example.com.
Thank you to the many generous individuals and institutions that make The Food Project possible!