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Opening of the Lynn North Shore Community College Greenhouse


In October of 2018, a 1200 square foot greenhouse was opened on the Lynn campus of North Shore Community College. This unique project is the result of a
state Skills Capital Grant, and creates a unique partnership between The Food Project and the college to learn and grow together.

 

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Vote for the leadership of the Dudley Greenhouse


Vote for the leadership of the Dudley Greenhouse! Read about the candidates, and stop by the Greenhouse to cast your vote: 11 Brook Ave in Roxbury, Wednesdays 1-6 PM and Saturdays 9-1, through August 15. You must vote for a minimum of 5 candidates, and you may vote for up to 15 of the candidates. In order to be elected to the GAC, a candidate will need to receive votes from a majority of the total number of voters. 

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Dudley Greenhouse Seeks Project Proposals


The Food Project (TFP) and the Dudley Greenhouse Advisory Committee (DGHAC) invites proposals from organizations and individuals who want to work in partnership to create greenhouse projects. Projects should address causes of food inequities as well as celebrate the cultural, spiritual, and physical importance of food in the surrounding or neighboring community.

DEADLINE: Friday, August 17, 2018

Applicants will be notified whether their applications have been accepted by Friday, September 14th and projects will run between September 22th, 2018 and late August 2019.

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Dudley Greenhouse Advisory Committee Nominations Now Open


The Dudley Greenhouse is a special place: a 10,000-square-foot greenhouse in the Dudley neighborhood of Roxbury that serves as a year-round food production space and a resource hub for gardeners and residents of the community. The Dudley Greenhouse was built in 2004 by the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI), which leases it to The Food Project to oversee vegetable production and to partner with community members and organizations to run programming.

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Interested in Growing Seedlings for Gardening Projects? Dudley Greenhouse Invites Proposals

Seedlings - Dudley Greenhouse
Seedlings - Dudley Greenhouse
Dudley residents have incredible expertise and energy around food. Our neighbors have built so many creative mechanisms to access the great food they want in their community.” – Sutton Kiplinger, Greater Boston Regional Director, The Food Project

We are currently accepting applications from groups interested in growing seedlings at the Dudley Greenhouse for use in gardening projects. Application Deadline: January 13, 2016 – 5 p.m. Apply online now.

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Interested in Growing Year-Round Through Community-Oriented Gardening Projects? Dudley Greenhouse invites proposals.


“Dudley residents have incredible expertise and energy around food. Our neighbors have built so many creative mechanisms to access the great food they want in their community.” – Sutton Kiplinger, Greater Boston Regional Director, The Food Project
 
We are currently accepting applications from groups interested in growing food at the Dudley Greenhouse in community-oriented projects.

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Interested in Growing Seedlings for Gardening Projects? Dudley Greenhouse Invites Proposals

Seedlings - Dudley Greenhouse
Seedlings - Dudley Greenhouse
Dudley residents have incredible expertise and energy around food. Our neighbors have built so many creative mechanisms to access the great food they want in their community.” – Sutton Kiplinger, Greater Boston Regional Director, The Food Project

We are currently accepting applications from groups interested in growing seedlings at the Dudley Greenhouse for use in gardening projects. Application Deadline: January 15, 2016 – 5 p.m. Apply now.

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Dudley Greenhouse invites proposals for community projects


"The Dudley Greenhouse opened its doors in 2011 as a community green space and, during the past 4 years, has served many residents and community groups.

The greenhouse provides space for food production as well as workshops, activities, and other programming that support residents in growing food and sharing cultures and resources. For this upcoming year, we invite proposals from groups and individuals to once again use and share this wonderful community resource.

The greenhouse is a 10,000-square-foot facility in the Dudley neighborhood of Roxbury. Owned by The Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI), leased by The Food Project, and guided by the Greenhouse Community Advisory Committee, it operates year-round as a food production and educational space.

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Jazz Under Glass - Celebrating Community

 


Jazz, fashion, and delicious food, all in a glorious garden setting, marked the third annual Jazz Under Glass at the Dudley Greenhouse on Sunday, June 7.

 

The event, hosted by The Dudley Greenhouse Advisory Committee, celebrates and supports community-based programming at the Greenhouse. Emcee Fulani Haynes welcomed guests who enjoyed lively music by The Fred Woodard Collaborative, delicious food from local chefs and gardeners, greenhouse tours, family activities, and fashions by The House of Nahdra.

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New Workshops: Gardening, Canning, & More!


The Food Project is pleased to announce our summer "Grow Well, Eat Well, Be Well" workshop series! We're starting off the summer with our "Planning and Planting Basics" workshop. This beginner and intermediate gardening workshop, held at the Dudley Greenhouse in Roxbury, will introduce you to techniques for growing in raised bed gardens and other small spaces. Participants will learn the square-foot method and create a garden map of their own raised bed.

On August 13th, we'll introduce our "Canning Basics" workshop. In this class, held at our kitchen in Dorchester, you will learn to preserve the declicious bounty from your garden. Participants will learn about canning equipment and safety and try out a few new recipes.

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