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National Coffee Day: Dunkin’, Starbucks and more offer free coffee deals in Massachusetts to celebrate

Sep 29 2020
National Coffee Day: Dunkin’, Starbucks and more offer free coffee deals in Massachusetts to celebrate “Start your day off right with free coffee on Tuesday, Sept. 29 — also known as National Coffee Day.” Read the full article here: masslive.com [continue reading]

Hiring: Farm Manager – Littleton Community Farm

Sep 29 2020
About Littleton Community Farm 
Littleton Community Farm is a small farm in Littleton, MA whose mission is to reduce food insecurity regionally, provide farm-based education, and be a place for community connection. We aim to inspire through hands-on exposure to agriculture and growing for our entire community.
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Hiring: Farm Manager – Gaining Ground

Sep 24 2020
Farm Manager at Gaining Ground
Gaining Ground is a nonprofit, no-till organic farm in Concord, Massachusetts, that supplies fresh, high-quality vegetables, herbs, maple syrup, and honey to emergency meal programs in Boston and the surrounding region. Our mission is simple: We grow organic produce for hunger relief with help from volunteers of [continue reading]

Native Bees: Our Pollination Powerhouses | Online | September 23

Sep 22 2020
Native Bees: Our Pollination Powerhouses Wednesday, September 23, 7:00-8:30pm
Hosted by  Grow Native Massachusetts
Pre-register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/7915984600570/WN_2YuOGrWiQG6l1-eE10o6Ig
Event details:
Grow Native Massachusetts is proud to present our 2020 Evenings with Experts lecture series! This talk is free and open to all—click the tickets icon [continue reading]

The Big E Food-To-Go Drive-Thru | September 22-27

Sep 21 2020
The Big E Food-To-Go Drive-Thru Tuesday-Sunday, September 22-27, 11am-7pm
The Big E Fairground, 1305 Memorial Ave, West Springfield, M
Event details: 
See menus, get tickets & reserve your time slots here:  www.thebige.com/BigEFoodToGo Announcing The Big Food-To-Go Drive-Thru, sponsored by Westfield Bank! Vendors for Week 1 include Butcher [continue reading]

Invasive Species – Crazy Jumping Worms | Online | September 16

Sep 14 2020
Invasive Species – Crazy Jumping Worms Wednesday, September 16,  7:00 – 8:30pm
Sponsored by Grown in Westhampton and Westhampton Public Library
Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEtcuirpjMsGtWL3sIHidvl5ig1t3LhD_bD
Free Event
Event Details:
“Most gardeners consider worms to be allies in the garden. They create rich castings and work the soil. There [continue reading]

Hiring: Strengthening Racial Justice and Health Equity in Franklin County Project Manager – FCCDC

Sep 11 2020
Published by under Food in the Pioneer Valley, Jobs
Strengthening Racial Justice and Health Equity in Franklin County Project Manager Summary:
The project proposes to do this work over the next five years by working closely with business and community leaders to explore ways individuals and our organizations can dismantle institutionalized racism in the workplace. Actions include: collaboratively investing in professional [continue reading]

An apple a day: Picking season approaches for orchards

Sep 10 2020
Sept. 2, 2020 | The Reminder Publishing News Staff  payton@thereminder.com
WESTERN MASS. – As crisper days set in and summer comes to a close, we round the corner into autumn. For New Englanders, often this time of year brings on thoughts of drinking pumpkin flavored beverages, heading out to a pumpkin [continue reading]

Hiring: Finance Director – FCCDC

Sep 10 2020
Published by under Food in the Pioneer Valley, Jobs
Finance Director Summary:
The Franklin County Community Development Corporation (FCCDC) seeks a dynamic and entrepreneurial Finance Director who is responsible for overseeing the organization’s financial planning, accounting and administrative operations. The Finance Director will work with the FCCDC team in the areas of finance, business development & lending, budgeting, human resources, administration [continue reading]

Guest columnist CISA’s Alexis Breiteneicher: Restaurants facing uphill climb

Sep 5 2020
Daily Hampshire Gazette, September 1, 2020
Restaurants are among the businesses hit hardest by the restrictions imposed by the pandemic. Their closures in late winter had a big impact on the larger community, causing significant job loss, upending markets for local farmers, and depriving us of important community gathering places.
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