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First alum to chair TFP's board By The Food Project, October 2023. The Food Project is proud to welcome Emmanuel Encarnacion as our newly appointed Board Chair! Emmanuel's journey with TFP began over 18 years ago when he joined the organization as a youth seeking a...
On Friday, September 8, a crowd gathered–many wearing boots–in Lincoln to celebrate and support The Food Project. This was the first time we had produced an event of this magnitude on a farm, and we are very pleased with Shindig at Baker Bridge, the new and unique concept that emerged from a year’s worth of planning.
Carole Kasper Elected to Lead Trustees
At its Annual Meeting, held in September at the Dudley Greenhouse, The Food Project elected Carole Kasper to be the new Chair of its 21-member Board of Trustees.
Nearly $200,000 to benefit Lynn residents
In Lynn, where we have operated since 2005, we manage 1.5 acres of urban farmland and engage approximately sixty teens every year in our three-tiered youth development approach.
Community, Memory, and Peace in the Dudley Greenhouse
Talibah Kennedy and Peaches Jackson are two volunteers and community members of the Dudley Greenhouse. Read about what brought them to the growing space, and what keeps them coming back.
Alumni Corner: Ken Lopez
The Alumni Engagement Sector of our Fellowship program spoke with activist, therapist-in-training, and alumni Ken Lopez about their time at the organization along with current work and upcoming projects.
Announcing our Interim Executive Director, Jonathan Rosenthal
Seed Crew Clears the Way for Raised Garden Beds at Oasis on Ballou Farm
In July, The Food Project partnered with the Oasis on Ballou farm in Boston, an urban agriculture project led by farmer Apolo Cátala in the Codman Square neighborhood of Dorchester. Read on to learn more about this special collaboration.
Alumni Corner: sibling stories
Who is Jonathan Rosenthal, Interim Executive Director?
With decades of experience in the food industry, globally and locally, Jonathan finds TFP’s cross-generational racial justice model to be deeply inspiring. He looks forward to “bringing people together across identity and class through agriculture.”
Persevering during a drought
2022 was an extremely challenging growing season. Climate realities continue to threaten farms and farm workers through hotter and longer droughts…