Grow Food Northampton’s Services Sprouting for Local Residents

Aug 10 2016
The Daily Hampshire Gazette, August 10, 2016, by Alexa Chryssovergis
Grow Food Northampton is still growing, with no signs of stopping.
For the past few years, the nonprofit that provides fresh, local produce to low-income community members has seen a steady rise in participation for its programs, and a [continue reading]

Local nonprofit to take over Northampton’s popular Tuesday Market

Apr 12 2016
Farmers Market MassLive, April 12th, 2016, by Laura Newberry.
  Downtown Northampton’s popular Tuesday Market will be run by a new entity starting April 26 — but those perusing local produce and artisanal goods likely won’t see a difference. Want to find out more about this change? Check out the full article on [continue reading]

SNAP recipients can get half-price farm shares through Grow Food Northampton: Crimson & Clover Farm

Apr 5 2016
Source: Crimson & Clover Farm Source: Crimson & Clover Farm
MassLive, April 5th, 2016, by Laura Newberry.  Two local organizations are working to get fresh, locally grown produce into the hands of low-income residents. Crimson and Clover Farm, located on Spring Street in Florence, is preparing for its sixth season of offering half-off farm shares for [continue reading]

Grow Food Northampton Will Use $50,000 Grant to Help Low-Income People Get More Local Produce

Oct 18 2015
The Daily Hampshire Gazette, October 15th, 2015, by Stephanie McFeeters.
With a $50,000 grant from the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation, Grow Food Northampton plans to bolster its efforts to provide the region’s low-income population with fresh, local food.
“We’re really excited,” said Grow Food Northampton executive director Clem Clay, noting [continue reading]

Grow Food Northampton names Clem Clay of Amherst new executive director

Nov 21 2014
The Daily Hampshire Gazette. November 21, 2014. By Gena Mangiaratti.
NORTHAMPTON — Four years after its founding, Grow Food Northampton has named a new executive director, Clem Clay, who grew up on a farm in Vermont, managed farmers markets in California and spent a decade in land preservation work.
Clay, 44, [continue reading]



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