Save the Date for Our Annual Meeting for Members, 2/26/14

Save the Date for Our Annual Meeting for Members, 2/26/14

Our Annual Meeting is a night that we invite our members to come have dinner, hear about our most exciting projects, and mingle with our staff and board. This year our event is on Wednesday, February 26th, from 6:30 – 9 PM. On the program for the evening are presentations on Market Match and the… Read more »

Poetry Soirée to Benefit Ecology Center, 1/25/14

Poetry Soirée to Benefit Ecology Center, 1/25/14

You may have met poet David Griswold at our farmers’ market, writing sonnets on demand for customers. He’s putting together a collection of sonnets from his days at the farmers’ market, and is throwing this Farmers’ Market Poetry Soirée to collect votes on the favorites to publish. This unique gallery event will feature over 70… Read more »

Help Us Remake Our Food System to Distribute Health, not Concentrate Wealth

Help Us Remake Our Food System to Distribute Health, not Concentrate Wealth

Our Executive Director, Martin Bourque, is sharing this message with our community of friends and supporters this month. We are honored to be a part of this community, to share this vision and to work toward a more healthy and just future.
The winter holidays are advertised as a time of abundance: shopping carts full… Read more »

Help the Beer Wagon Get Rolling

Help the Beer Wagon Get Rolling

What’s big, red and rolling your way with organic beer? Local craft brewery Bison is creating the Beer Wagon, a community-focused, sustainable, mobile beer garden that donates 100% of its profits to local charities – including the Ecology Center. The Beer Wagon will raise money by selling draft beer (and other organic beverages) at food… Read more »

Ten Years In, Our Youth Development Work is at a Crossroads

Ten Years In, Our Youth Development Work is at a Crossroads

Over ten years ago, with community involvement, our Farm Fresh Choice program was created to increase the consumption of fresh produce by low-income residents. It also addressed other needs articulated by community members: to provide safe and positive work experiences for “at-risk” youth. The program has thrived over the past decade, bringing youth through our… Read more »