Building Local Food Connections
Featuring upcoming events and information including cooking classes,
workshops, and information about McGrath Farm
Building Local Food Connections: A Community Food System Assessment, Concord, Massachusetts was completed in May 2012. View or get a copy! -->Learn More
Concord Food Policy Council
Immediately following the report, the project steering committee establslihed the Concord Food Policy COuncil. >> Read More
In December 2012, report authors Christina Gibson and Jamie Pottern received an American Planning Association Student Project Award! Pictured L to R: Christina Gibson, Marcia Rasmussen (Dir of Concord Town Planning and Land Management) and Jamie Pottern.
Gardening resources are on the Seed Lending Library webpage Check out the Seed Library website to visit a newly updated Gardening Resources page where a "bookcase" that now contains books to do with…Continue
Started by Debbie Barr in Gardening Jan 9.
Please Come Grow Food in Concord, Massachusetts!The McGrath Farm is being leased through an RFP process. On-Site Pre-submittal briefing, January 10 RFP deadline is January 24th.17 acres (14…Continue
Started by Concord Food Network in Farming Dec 20, 2013.
COMING UP IN 2014Help Plan the 2014 Farm and Garden FairThe first Farm and Garden Fair by all accounts was a success, with 450 visitors hosted at 24 different sites over two days. Come join our team…Continue
Started by Debbie Barr in Concord Food Council Nov 2, 2013.
Top ten reasons to choose non-GMO that theNon-GMO Project received from readers on their Facebook page 1. I have a right to eat food that is safe, healthy, and non‐GMO—the way nature intended.2. I…Continue
Started by Debbie Barr in Education Oct 28, 2013.