Browsing All posts tagged under »Food Project«

To Beta Vulgaris: A Belated Thanksgiving and a Fond Farewell

November 30, 2011


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


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


    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


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, […]