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To Beta Vulgaris: A Belated Thanksgiving and a Fond Farewell

November 30, 2011

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I know this is late, but I’d like to take this time to thank the Food Project for the free seeds they gave out at the first CultureFest in downtown Lynn 2 years ago. I selected chard, spinach, shell bean and snap pea. I finally got around to planting them in my community garden this past spring, […]

Food Project Throws Lynn Farm Fest Tomorrow

May 20, 2011

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The free seeds I picked up from the Food Project booth at Culturefest last summer are in various stages of growth. The Swiss Chard is 6 inches high and the Peas have just sprouted. Still waiting for the beans. Can’t wait to use of these fresh homegrown vegetables in a salad or other summer dish.

Renew the Food Project’s Lease at Ingalls

October 29, 2010

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    Gordon Cole has lived on Collins Terrace for 42 years. He’s known the Food Project site next to Ingalls Elementary School as a grass field where his children and grandchildren played baseball and football. “This used to be home plate”, he tells me, pointing to a small crop of leafy greens. “That was […]

The Food Project Needs Your Help

October 26, 2010

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The following letter was posted on Facebook. Thanks to Living in Lynn for first posting this. We don’t want to lose the Food Project. It is a great program for the whole community. If there are problems with neighbors, they should be addressed, but this program is too good to be kicked out. Dear Friends, This Thursday, […]