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Elizabeth Gohringer

Annual Giving and Database Manager

781-259-8621 Ext. 38

For media inquiries or if you are a college journalist, please contact Communications Manager Charu Gupta.

Elizabeth Gohringer joined The Food Project in September 2013 as the Annual Giving and Database Manager. Originally from upstate New York, Elizabeth graduated from SUNY – University at Buffalo in 2011 with a Bachelor’s in Anthropology. Since then, she has gained experience in philanthropy and development, having worked as an intern at the Merck Family Fund and as a Development Assistant at the Conservation Law Foundation. Elizabeth enjoys spending time outside, whether it be camping and hiking or exploring Boston by foot. Other hobbies include kickboxing, running, and trying new recipes.





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If you have questions about our CSA program, please contact Miriam Stason at 781-259-8621, ext 21 or [email protected].


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781-259-8621 x27
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Now selling for the 2014 season!

Please call 781-259-8621 x20.

Every week from June to the end of October, Summer CSA shareholders are invited to our Lincoln farm to receive a wide variety of fresh, local, sustainably grown vegetables. 

Shareholders will receive 8-24 pounds of produce each week. The poundage increases as the summer harvest gets into full swing. There will also be certain Pick-Your-Own vegetables, berries, herbs, and flowers available for shareholders to harvest each week.

Shareholders also receive a weekly email newsletter during the CSA season featuring lists of produce in that week's share, recipes, news about the farm, and more. Click here to view past CSA newsletters.

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Alex Freedman

FoodCorps Fellow
Starting in August 2013, Alex stepped into the role of Massachusetts FoodCorps Fellow, hosted by The Food Project.
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