Anawan Farm, Route 118 in Rehoboth, MA has 1 open work-share slot for anyone interested in earning 1 FULL share for their family. We require 4 hours per week of work which will earn you one full share. A minimum of 4 weeks must be worked in order to earn 4 weeks of full shares. This is a great opportunity for an agricultural student to learn the basics of starting and maintaining a small 2-3 acre farm.
MEET YOUR FARMER, YOUR FARMER’S FAMILY, AND TOUR OUR SMALL FARM…
We are holding a meet & greet for our CSA participants & customers on June 10 @ 10am-12pm! Feel free to come to the farm to join us for coffee, and a few light snacks. We will show you around, answer your questions, and gather to meet new folks in our community.
Our Farmstand will be opening in mid-June. Date is still TBA. Keep an eye out for the announcement on facebook and for the 2 yellow tents this year!
We are looking for LOCAL farmers interested in highlighting as well as offering, some specialty products (especially in the area of seafood, meats, dairy, jams, fruit, preserves, and bread) at our farm stand. Refrigerated items must be presented via promotional item such as an informational flyer or brochure, be accompanied with contact information, and order forms.
ALL ITEMS MUST BE PRODUCED LOCALLY WITHIN NEW ENGLAND. PREFERABLY MA & RI!
Inquiries in regards to all of the above please contact email@example.com.
We hope everyone has a happy, healthy, productive farm season!!! Pam, Gabi and Family
Thursday, May 25th, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
New England Alpaca Fiber Pool, 115 N 7th St, Fall River, MA 02720
FREE – SEMAP Members
$5 – General Public
Interested in Natural Fibers, Alpacas, or just Textiles in general? Well, you are in luck as the New England Alpaca Fiber Pool (NEAFP) is opening its doors to educate the local community on all things alpaca, the fiber & products they produce, and how the growing U.S. Alpaca Fiber industry has had its roots planted in the Southcoast for the last 20 years! Learn what makes alpaca one of the best natural fibers in the world, how it’s helping spur growth in U.S. based textile mills, and how alpaca farms across the country are working together to service the growing Slow Fashion Movement.
UMass ONLINE summer classes, STOCKSCH 385 – Community Food Systems, will start on May 22. This 6-week class examines the movement of food from seed to table.
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Participants in the course explore local and global food systems, and specific food related issues that impact health of communities. Among the topics we’ll cover are:
At the center of this course is the examination of the opportunities and challenges required in making community food projects that create real lasting systems change.
All UMass Sustainable Food and Farming classes cost $482/credit and transfer to other colleges and universities. Please check us out!