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COMMUNITY CHANNEL

Newton Community Farm

Newton Community Farm

Newton Community Farm

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Join Newton Community Farm staff for interesting and informative classes on how to plant and maintain a successful garden and make healthy, nutritious food. From what to plant where and when, weeding and watering, promoting healthy soil, harvest techniques, and how to put your garden to rest for the winter, our instructors demonstrate step-by-step directions from the Farm in our gardening classes. Take what you've grown or the seasonal produce you have purchased and follow our cooking shows to learn how to prepare a variety of fresh vegetables for healthy eating or preservation. 

 

NCF is the last working farm in Newton, and our mission is to teach and model sustainable agricultural and environmental practices on the historic Angino Farm. We offer CSA programs, produce for sale at our onsite farm stand and at the Newton Farmers' Market, and produce donations. We have environmental education classes for children and adults and we also offer events such as our annual spring seedling sale. Check out these programs and visit www.newtoncommunityfarm.org to learn more.

 

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