Monthly Archives: July 2008

Local Food Movement, Articles from Coast to Coast

This Washington Post article features 3 women who ride their bicycles from Washington, D.C. to Montreal to document thriving small farms, community gardens, and the growth of urban agriculture. In Washington state, people struggle to find a way to bring … Continue reading

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Let Me Introduce Myself, and Your CSA Abundance

Let’s back up a little. My name is Angel, and I’m interning here at New Entry for the summer. I connected with this organization through the Friedman School of Nutrition at Tufts University. This fall, I will be starting a … Continue reading

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A Visit from Chef Jody Adams of Rialto Restaurant

Chef Jody Adams, of Rialto Restaurant in Cambridge, MA, will be making a visit to Whitegate farm to meet with our farmers and do a Guerrilla Grilling piece next Monday, July 28. Supporter of local foods and cooking, Chef Jody … Continue reading

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Lowell Farmer’s Market

Hello there! Last Friday was the opening day of the Lowell Farmer’s Market in JFK Square, right across from City Hall. The market opened at 3pm, with 7 vendors selling vegetables, herbs, berries and baked goods (which quickly sold out!). … Continue reading

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Food for thought

Working in this office and with those involved in the New Entry community, it is easy to feel optimistic about the future of our food supply with people becoming more aware of the benefits of community supported agriculture. However, while … Continue reading

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Welcome to our blog!

Hello from the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project! This blog will be a way for us to share with the community on all the exciting changes and stories that are happening in our office, in the fields, and in the … Continue reading

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