We’re excited to be named a 2023 New England Food Vision Prize winner by the Henry P. Kendall Foundation! Together with the Boston Area Gleaners / Boston Food Hub, Harvesting Good, and … Read More →
Our Community Education programming is focused around connecting community members of all ages to local food and sharing knowledge of how fresh, locally grown ingredients fit into a healthful lifestyle. We provide this education in a wide variety of settings, from farmers markets and libraries to summer camps and senior centers.
Our Community Education empowers participants to make informed food choices while contributing to the local economy. We offer one-time workshops or series-based programs covering basic food literacy, cooking education, gardening, and food justice for schools, senior centers, community organizations, and libraries. All programming is hands-on, interactive, and fun — providing tangible opportunities to explore local agriculture and our relationships with food. See below for information about hosting a library, gardening, or senior learning program with us. Looking to attend a program? Email us to learn about programs we're offering near you.