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Opportunity: Internship – Hilltown Mobile Market

Apr 3 2021
HILLTOWN MOBILE MARKET INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES (2)
The Community Engagement Intern  will support the implementation of the Hilltown Mobile Market, a collaborative initiative to increase the accessibility and affordability of Hilltown-grown produce.  The intern will work closely with the Mobile Market Coordinator and Mobile Market Operator to support outreach and recruitment of [continue reading]

CISA seeks to raise $100K by end of March

Mar 25 2021
The Recorder, March 18, 2021, by Anita Fritz
SOUTH DEERFIELD — Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture, better known as CISA, will continue to increase food access for the area’s most vulnerable residents, but it is seeking help from the community to do so.
The nonprofit is trying to raise $100,000 through its Local [continue reading]

‘Trees don’t get COVID’: Sugar shacks reopen in Massachusetts after being closed during 2020 season due to COVID pandemic

Mar 2 2021
‘Trees don’t get COVID’: Sugar shacks reopen in Massachusetts after being closed during 2020 season due to COVID pandemic “After closing early due to the  COVID pandemic in 2020, sugar shacks in Massachusetts have reopened their doors for another season.” Read the full article at MassLive.com . [continue reading]

Local farms gearing up for busy gardening season

Feb 2 2021
AGAWAM, MA (WGGB/WSHM) — With snow and a blast of arctic air in the forecast this week, it appears as though the depths of winter are finally among us, but thankfully, there are also signs of spring!
Farmers are gearing up for what is expected to be yet another active growing season, with many [continue reading]

WRSI: Easthampton Winter Farmers’ Market

Jan 19 2021

https://www.buylocalfood.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/WRSI-Easthampton-Winter-Market.mp3
New this year: the Easthampton Winter Farmers’ Market. Hear all about it!
After such a strong summer market in 2020, organizers thought ‘why not keep it going?’ We’re glad Robin Creamer (Sweet Morning Farm), Stan McCoy (Sage Meadow Farm), and [continue reading]

Local Hero Profile: Winter Farmers’ Market at the Hampshire Mall

Jan 15 2021
Local Hero Profile by Sarah Lucia, CISA’s TerraCorp Service Member
Published in CISA’s January 2021 enewsletter
When the ground freezes and snow flies through the air, a sense of wellbeing and connection keeps us grounded and thriving. The Winter Farmers’ Market at the Hampshire Mall provides fresh and local [continue reading]

The African Diaspora Food Festival | Springfield | December 26-31

Dec 22 2020
The African Diaspora Food Festival Saturday, December 26 – Thursday, December 31, 12noon-8pm
Eastfield Mall, 1655 Boston Road, Springfield, MA
Hosted by Kwanzaa 2020 – Black and Brown Wall Street Mall Pop-Up
Facebook event details :
The African Diaspora Food Festival will include all food oriented [continue reading]

Demand for trees strong as Christmas season opens

Dec 3 2020
Daily Hampshire Gazetter, November 29, 2020 By CHRIS GOUDREAU,  Staff Writer With no end in sight for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it seems that many Americans have been turning to a holiday tradition — Christmas trees — more than in years past.
Wholesale tree farmers and small cut-your-own tree lots have been [continue reading]

Volunteer Opportunity: Easthampton Winter Farmers’ Market

Nov 16 2020
The Easthampton Winter Farmers’ Market is seeking volunteers! We are looking for someone to staff the market for three dates: November 29th, December 6th, and/or December 27th. Duties include greeting customers as well as processing credit card and SNAP transactions.
You can choose to volunteer for just one or two of these dates, or [continue reading]

PRIME PICKING CONDITIONS

Oct 20 2020
By TALIA GODFREY, For the Recorder, October 17, 2020

Hunting apples was an all-day affair for Nick Suter and Amber LaFrancis, of Ludlow, beginning when Suter’s two boys, 3 and 5 years old, disappeared into the rows of Apex Orchard in Shelburne Falls. With small hands just big enough to hold ripe [continue reading]

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