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“To grow your own food gives you power and dignity. You know exactly what you’re eating because you grew it. It’s good, it’s nourishing and you did this for yourself, your family and your community.” – Karen Washington, Urban Food System Leader, Bronx NYC

Recent Blog Posts About the Farm

The SFMNP Crisis: A Letter to the Public

To: Residents of CT From: Aziz Muhammad, a Student of Common Ground High School A question that was posed to me and fellow members of a farm crew I worked on followed as, "What is

Seasonal Recipe: Spiced Lentil Soup with Delicata Squash

Soups are my absolute favorite way to use vegetables during this time of year. They freeze well and offer a healthy, easy and warm meal on an October night. Don't be intimidated by the list

When to Plant Veggies for Fall Harvesting

By: Deborah Greig Farm Manager In the heat of the Summer, when the tomatoes, eggplants, peppers and squash start spilling out of your garden and fridge, it’s actually time to start thinking about what you