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Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food 2014

Know Your Famer Know Your Food 2013

Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, Sildenafil
Know Your Food!

  • When: Thursday, case
    March 7th, viagra 5-7pm
  • Where: All Saints Church, Summer Street, North Adams (across from the post office)

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.??Interested in growing your own veggies? There will also be a seed exchange. Bring some seeds to swap or take some to start growing!

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

Hope to see you there!
Know Your Famer Know Your Food 2013

Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, Sildenafil
Know Your Food!

  • When: Thursday, case
    March 7th, viagra 5-7pm
  • Where: All Saints Church, Summer Street, North Adams (across from the post office)

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.??Interested in growing your own veggies? There will also be a seed exchange. Bring some seeds to swap or take some to start growing!

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

Hope to see you there!
Know Your Famer Know Your Food 2013

Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, Sildenafil
Know Your Food!

  • When: Thursday, case
    March 7th, viagra 5-7pm
  • Where: All Saints Church, Summer Street, North Adams (across from the post office)

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.??Interested in growing your own veggies? There will also be a seed exchange. Bring some seeds to swap or take some to start growing!

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

Hope to see you there!
Know Your Famer Know Your Food 2013

Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, more about
Know Your Food!

  • When: Thursday, March 7th, 5-7pm
  • Where: All Saints Church, Summer Street, North Adams (across from the post office)

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.

Interested in growing your own veggies? There will also be a seed exchange. Bring some seeds to swap or take some to start growing!

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

??Hope to see you there!
Know Your Famer Know Your Food 2013

Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, Sildenafil
Know Your Food!

  • When: Thursday, case
    March 7th, viagra 5-7pm
  • Where: All Saints Church, Summer Street, North Adams (across from the post office)

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.??Interested in growing your own veggies? There will also be a seed exchange. Bring some seeds to swap or take some to start growing!

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

Hope to see you there!
Know Your Famer Know Your Food 2013

Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, Sildenafil
Know Your Food!

  • When: Thursday, case
    March 7th, viagra 5-7pm
  • Where: All Saints Church, Summer Street, North Adams (across from the post office)

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.??Interested in growing your own veggies? There will also be a seed exchange. Bring some seeds to swap or take some to start growing!

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

Hope to see you there!
Know Your Famer Know Your Food 2013

Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, more about
Know Your Food!

  • When: Thursday, March 7th, 5-7pm
  • Where: All Saints Church, Summer Street, North Adams (across from the post office)

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.

Interested in growing your own veggies? There will also be a seed exchange. Bring some seeds to swap or take some to start growing!

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

??Hope to see you there!
Know Your Famer Know Your Food 2013

Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, Sildenafil
Know Your Food!

  • When: Thursday, case
    March 7th, viagra 5-7pm
  • Where: All Saints Church, Summer Street, North Adams (across from the post office)

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.??Interested in growing your own veggies? There will also be a seed exchange. Bring some seeds to swap or take some to start growing!

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

Hope to see you there!
Know Your Famer Know Your Food 2013

Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, more about
Know Your Food!

  • When: Thursday, March 7th, 5-7pm
  • Where: All Saints Church, Summer Street, North Adams (across from the post office)

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.

Interested in growing your own veggies? There will also be a seed exchange. Bring some seeds to swap or take some to start growing!

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

??Hope to see you there!
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Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food!

  • When: Tuesday, March 18th, 5:30-7:30pm
  • Where: First Congregational Church of North Adams, Summer Street, off Ashland Ave, across from the post pffice
  • Parking: Parking on Summer Street, with additional parking on Church St. and Ashland Ave. Please enter through the kitchen doors off the small church parking lot on Summer St.

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

??Hope to see you there!

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Inaugural North Berkshire Homestead Tour

The Know Your Farmer, obesity Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, asthma 2013.

Samples of cheeses, thumb bagels, cookies, honey and vegetables were consumed by the dozens as area residents tasted the products of local farmers and food producers during Hoosac Harvest’s “Know your farmer, Know your food” event Thursday night.

“This is a great place to talk to community members, share your stories and your products,” Suzy Konecky, cheesemaker for Cricket Creek Farms in Williamstown, said. “It’s a great way to raise awareness about what is being produced locally. I just talked to a couple that didn’t know that they could get grass-fed beef locally. I was able to direct them to our farm store.”

The event, started four years ago by Target Hunger, resurfaced last year under the auspices of the all-volunteer run group Hoosac Harvest, which aims to help connect the community with locally grown, healthy and sustainably produced food.

Read the full article on the Transcript website…
The Know Your Farmer, obesity Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, asthma 2013.

Samples of cheeses, thumb bagels, cookies, honey and vegetables were consumed by the dozens as area residents tasted the products of local farmers and food producers during Hoosac Harvest’s “Know your farmer, Know your food” event Thursday night.

“This is a great place to talk to community members, share your stories and your products,” Suzy Konecky, cheesemaker for Cricket Creek Farms in Williamstown, said. “It’s a great way to raise awareness about what is being produced locally. I just talked to a couple that didn’t know that they could get grass-fed beef locally. I was able to direct them to our farm store.”

The event, started four years ago by Target Hunger, resurfaced last year under the auspices of the all-volunteer run group Hoosac Harvest, which aims to help connect the community with locally grown, healthy and sustainably produced food.

Read the full article on the Transcript website…
The Know Your Farmer, obesity Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, asthma 2013.

Samples of cheeses, thumb bagels, cookies, honey and vegetables were consumed by the dozens as area residents tasted the products of local farmers and food producers during Hoosac Harvest’s “Know your farmer, Know your food” event Thursday night.

“This is a great place to talk to community members, share your stories and your products,” Suzy Konecky, cheesemaker for Cricket Creek Farms in Williamstown, said. “It’s a great way to raise awareness about what is being produced locally. I just talked to a couple that didn’t know that they could get grass-fed beef locally. I was able to direct them to our farm store.”

The event, started four years ago by Target Hunger, resurfaced last year under the auspices of the all-volunteer run group Hoosac Harvest, which aims to help connect the community with locally grown, healthy and sustainably produced food.

Read the full article on the Transcript website…
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Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, 2013.
The Know Your Farmer, obesity Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, asthma 2013.

Samples of cheeses, thumb bagels, cookies, honey and vegetables were consumed by the dozens as area residents tasted the products of local farmers and food producers during Hoosac Harvest’s “Know your farmer, Know your food” event Thursday night.

“This is a great place to talk to community members, share your stories and your products,” Suzy Konecky, cheesemaker for Cricket Creek Farms in Williamstown, said. “It’s a great way to raise awareness about what is being produced locally. I just talked to a couple that didn’t know that they could get grass-fed beef locally. I was able to direct them to our farm store.”

The event, started four years ago by Target Hunger, resurfaced last year under the auspices of the all-volunteer run group Hoosac Harvest, which aims to help connect the community with locally grown, healthy and sustainably produced food.

Read the full article on the Transcript website…
The Know Your Farmer, obesity Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, asthma 2013.

Samples of cheeses, thumb bagels, cookies, honey and vegetables were consumed by the dozens as area residents tasted the products of local farmers and food producers during Hoosac Harvest’s “Know your farmer, Know your food” event Thursday night.

“This is a great place to talk to community members, share your stories and your products,” Suzy Konecky, cheesemaker for Cricket Creek Farms in Williamstown, said. “It’s a great way to raise awareness about what is being produced locally. I just talked to a couple that didn’t know that they could get grass-fed beef locally. I was able to direct them to our farm store.”

The event, started four years ago by Target Hunger, resurfaced last year under the auspices of the all-volunteer run group Hoosac Harvest, which aims to help connect the community with locally grown, healthy and sustainably produced food.

Read the full article on the Transcript website…
The Know Your Farmer, order
Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, 2013.
The Know Your Farmer, troche Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, herpes 2013.

Samples of cheeses, bagels, cookies, honey and vegetables were consumed by the dozens as area residents tasted the products of local farmers and food producers during Hoosac Harvest’s “Know your farmer, Know your food” event Thursday night.

“This is a great place to talk to community members, share your stories and your products,” Suzy Konecky, cheesemaker for Cricket Creek Farms in Williamstown, said. “It’s a great way to raise awareness about what is being produced locally. I just talked to a couple that didn’t know that they could get grass-fed beef locally. I was able to direct them to our farm store.”

The event, started four years ago by Target Hunger, resurfaced last year under the auspices of the all-volunteer run group Hoosac Harvest, which aims to help connect the community with locally grown, healthy and sustainably produced food.

Read the full article on the Transcript website…
The Know Your Farmer, obesity Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, asthma 2013.

Samples of cheeses, thumb bagels, cookies, honey and vegetables were consumed by the dozens as area residents tasted the products of local farmers and food producers during Hoosac Harvest’s “Know your farmer, Know your food” event Thursday night.

“This is a great place to talk to community members, share your stories and your products,” Suzy Konecky, cheesemaker for Cricket Creek Farms in Williamstown, said. “It’s a great way to raise awareness about what is being produced locally. I just talked to a couple that didn’t know that they could get grass-fed beef locally. I was able to direct them to our farm store.”

The event, started four years ago by Target Hunger, resurfaced last year under the auspices of the all-volunteer run group Hoosac Harvest, which aims to help connect the community with locally grown, healthy and sustainably produced food.

Read the full article on the Transcript website…
The Know Your Farmer, obesity Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, asthma 2013.

Samples of cheeses, thumb bagels, cookies, honey and vegetables were consumed by the dozens as area residents tasted the products of local farmers and food producers during Hoosac Harvest’s “Know your farmer, Know your food” event Thursday night.

“This is a great place to talk to community members, share your stories and your products,” Suzy Konecky, cheesemaker for Cricket Creek Farms in Williamstown, said. “It’s a great way to raise awareness about what is being produced locally. I just talked to a couple that didn’t know that they could get grass-fed beef locally. I was able to direct them to our farm store.”

The event, started four years ago by Target Hunger, resurfaced last year under the auspices of the all-volunteer run group Hoosac Harvest, which aims to help connect the community with locally grown, healthy and sustainably produced food.

Read the full article on the Transcript website…
The Know Your Farmer, order
Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, 2013.
The Know Your Farmer, troche Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, herpes 2013.

Samples of cheeses, bagels, cookies, honey and vegetables were consumed by the dozens as area residents tasted the products of local farmers and food producers during Hoosac Harvest’s “Know your farmer, Know your food” event Thursday night.

“This is a great place to talk to community members, share your stories and your products,” Suzy Konecky, cheesemaker for Cricket Creek Farms in Williamstown, said. “It’s a great way to raise awareness about what is being produced locally. I just talked to a couple that didn’t know that they could get grass-fed beef locally. I was able to direct them to our farm store.”

The event, started four years ago by Target Hunger, resurfaced last year under the auspices of the all-volunteer run group Hoosac Harvest, which aims to help connect the community with locally grown, healthy and sustainably produced food.

Read the full article on the Transcript website…

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On Saturday, July 20 from 10am-3pm, discover what’s happening in the front and back yards of your neighbors. From chickens to sheep, an orchard to a sugar bush, edible gardens to cider making, discover the wonders of growing and making your own during Hoosac Harvest’s inaugural North Berkshire Homestead Tour. Tickets are $15 and support subsidized shares at Many Forks Farm in Clarksburg and Square Roots Farm in Lanesborough. Tickets are available at Shima Boutique, North Adams; Images Cinema, Wild Oats Market and Where’d You Get That?!, Williamstown.

“The Homestead Tour is an extreme garden tour,” says Caroline Scully, Hoosac Harvest core group member. “It’s a chance to take a peek at small and large homesteads while supporting the work of Hoosac Harvest whose mission is access to local food for everyone.”

The ticket to the event is the guidebook that will direct participants to locations in Williamstown, North Adams, Adams and Stamford, VT. Participants are encouraged to visit gardens in any order that they would like. The owner(s) will be present to answer questions about how they do what they do and the tour will operate rain or shine. Two of the gardens feature free raffles including two collections of five books each from Storey Publishing.

“Urban Farm Organics (U.F.O.) is our backyard garden in the City of North Adams that feeds three adults,” says Sandra Thomas, one of the participants of the Homestead Tour. “Most everything we grow, whether it be vegetable, flower, herb, or tree, serves a purpose. We also host two beehives from La La Honey and the bees help with the pollination and that means better yields from our crops.”

With the cost of food rising, more people are growing their own food and raising their own chickens or other animals. The tour will show examples of what people are doing and will be an opportunity to ask questions and gain information to do it yourself.

The tour runs through the lunch hour and participants are encouraged to bring a picnic and plan a break, maybe stopping at a local park. Some hosts may be offering refreshments, and there is a chance for a pizza sample at the North Adams Community Oven during the afternoon.

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KYF in The North Adams Transcript

The Know Your Farmer, obesity Know Your Food event was covered in the North Adams Transcript on March 8, asthma 2013.

Samples of cheeses, thumb bagels, cookies, honey and vegetables were consumed by the dozens as area residents tasted the products of local farmers and food producers during Hoosac Harvest’s “Know your farmer, Know your food” event Thursday night.

“This is a great place to talk to community members, share your stories and your products,” Suzy Konecky, cheesemaker for Cricket Creek Farms in Williamstown, said. “It’s a great way to raise awareness about what is being produced locally. I just talked to a couple that didn’t know that they could get grass-fed beef locally. I was able to direct them to our farm store.”

The event, started four years ago by Target Hunger, resurfaced last year under the auspices of the all-volunteer run group Hoosac Harvest, which aims to help connect the community with locally grown, healthy and sustainably produced food.

Read the full article on the Transcript website…

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Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food 2013

Thank you for your donation to Hoosac Harvest.
Thank you for your donation to Hoosac Harvest.
Donate money to support a subsidized share.

Hoosac Harvest is a volunteer-driven organization and all funds raised go towards supporting subsidized farm shares and minimal operating costs.

Donate online quickly, web easily, store and securely using our PayPal checkout system. You don’t need a PayPal account to make a donation, and donations can be in any amount you wish.




To make a tax deductible donation by check:
Make payable and send to: Berkshire Grown
with “Hoosac Harvest” in the memo
P.O. Box 983
Great Barrington, MA 01230

Don’t need a tax deduction?
Send your check made out to Hoosac Harvest to
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247

Other Ways to Help

  • Participate in the Sharing Abundance program. Let us know your idea or participate in the grow-a-row or gleaning programs. Learn more about our programs.
  • Support local farms. Purchase at local farmers markets, buy from a farmer directly and participate in local conversations around securing our farm land. Learn more about the local farms in the Berkshires by visiting Berkshire Grown, Farm Fresh, or Local Harvest.

Thank you for your donation to Hoosac Harvest.
Donate money to support a subsidized share.

Hoosac Harvest is a volunteer-driven organization and all funds raised go towards supporting subsidized farm shares and minimal operating costs.

Donate online quickly, web easily, store and securely using our PayPal checkout system. You don’t need a PayPal account to make a donation, and donations can be in any amount you wish.




To make a tax deductible donation by check:
Make payable and send to: Berkshire Grown
with “Hoosac Harvest” in the memo
P.O. Box 983
Great Barrington, MA 01230

Don’t need a tax deduction?
Send your check made out to Hoosac Harvest to
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247

Other Ways to Help

  • Participate in the Sharing Abundance program. Let us know your idea or participate in the grow-a-row or gleaning programs. Learn more about our programs.
  • Support local farms. Purchase at local farmers markets, buy from a farmer directly and participate in local conversations around securing our farm land. Learn more about the local farms in the Berkshires by visiting Berkshire Grown, Farm Fresh, or Local Harvest.

Donate money to support a subsidized share.

Hoosac Harvest is a volunteer-driven organization and all funds raised go towards supporting subsidized farm shares and minimal operating costs.

Donate online quickly, web easily, store and securely using our PayPal checkout system. You don’t need a PayPal account to make a donation, and donations can be in any amount you wish.




To make a tax deductible donation by check:
Make payable and send to: Berkshire Grown
with “Hoosac Harvest” in the memo
P.O. Box 983
Great Barrington, MA 01230

Don’t need a tax deduction?
Send your check made out to Hoosac Harvest to
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247

Other Ways to Help

  • Participate in the Sharing Abundance program. Let us know your idea or participate in the grow-a-row or gleaning programs. Learn more about our programs.
  • Support local farms. Purchase at local farmers markets, buy from a farmer directly and participate in local conversations around securing our farm land. Learn more about the local farms in the Berkshires by visiting Berkshire Grown, Farm Fresh, or Local Harvest.

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Please join us for the third annual Know Your Farmer, Mycoplasmosis
Know Your Food!

  • When: Thursday, medical
    March 7th, 5-7pm
  • Where: All Saints Church, Summer Street, North Adams (across from the post office)

Come downtown to meet our local farmers, small-scale producers, and chefs. ?This is a free event and there will be samples and light refreshments.

Interested in growing your own veggies? There will also be a seed exchange. Bring some seeds to swap or take some to start growing!

Contact Kathy Keeser for more information at kathykeeser@gmail.com or 413-346-7196.

??Hope to see you there!

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Seedling Swap

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, visit this site
events, cheap
ideas, medical
or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, visit this site
events, cheap
ideas, medical
or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, visit this site
events, cheap
ideas, medical
or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, Syphilis
events, more about
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up!



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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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chicks

To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, visit this site
events, cheap
ideas, medical
or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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chicks

To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

[emi-mailchimp-list id=”6a5dd78a32″]
chicks

To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, visit this site
events, cheap
ideas, medical
or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, Syphilis
events, more about
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up!



Donate money to support a subsidized share. Hoosac Harvest is a volunteer-driven organization and all funds raised go towards supporting subsidized farm shares and minimal operating costs.

Online donations coming soon!

To make a tax deductible donation by check:

Make payable and send to: Berkshire Grown with “Hoosac Harvest” in the memo P.O. Box 983 Great Barrington, medical MA 01230.

Don’t need a tax deduction? Send your check made out to Hoosac Harvest to PO Box 981 North Adams, try MA 01247.

Other Ways to Help

  • Participate in the gleaning program. Let us know your idea or participate in the grow-a-row or gleaning programs. Learn more about our programs.
  • Support local farms. Purchase at local farmers markets, healthful buy from a farmer directly and participate in local conversations around securing our farm land. Learn more about the local farms in the Berkshires by visiting Berkshire Grown, Farm Fresh, or Local Harvest.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, visit this site
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or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, discount events, symptoms
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

[emi-mailchimp-list id=”6a5dd78a32″]
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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, visit this site
events, cheap
ideas, medical
or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up.

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To contact Hoosact Harvest about volunteer opportunities, Syphilis
events, more about
ideas, or subsidized shares at Square Roots Farm:

Hoosac Harvest
PO Box 981
North Adams, MA 01247
hoosacharvest@gmail.com

For traditional CSA shares at Square Roots, please contact the farm directly.

Newsletter

We send out an occasional email newsletter. To keep up-to-date on Hoosac Harvest activities and community events, please sign up!



Donate money to support a subsidized share. Hoosac Harvest is a volunteer-driven organization and all funds raised go towards supporting subsidized farm shares and minimal operating costs.

Online donations coming soon!

To make a tax deductible donation by check:

Make payable and send to: Berkshire Grown with “Hoosac Harvest” in the memo P.O. Box 983 Great Barrington, medical MA 01230.

Don’t need a tax deduction? Send your check made out to Hoosac Harvest to PO Box 981 North Adams, try MA 01247.

Other Ways to Help

  • Participate in the gleaning program. Let us know your idea or participate in the grow-a-row or gleaning programs. Learn more about our programs.
  • Support local farms. Purchase at local farmers markets, healthful buy from a farmer directly and participate in local conversations around securing our farm land. Learn more about the local farms in the Berkshires by visiting Berkshire Grown, Farm Fresh, or Local Harvest.

Donate money to support a subsidized share. Hoosac Harvest is a volunteer-driven organization and all funds raised go towards supporting subsidized farm shares and minimal operating costs.

Online donations coming soon!

To make a tax deductible donation by check:

Make payable and send to: Berkshire Grown with “Hoosac Harvest” in the memo P.O. Box 983 Great Barrington, medical MA 01230.

Don’t need a tax deduction? Send your check made out to Hoosac Harvest to PO Box 981 North Adams, try MA 01247.

Other Ways to Help

  • Participate in the gleaning program. Let us know your idea or participate in the grow-a-row or gleaning programs. Learn more about our programs.
  • Support local farms. Purchase at local farmers markets, healthful buy from a farmer directly and participate in local conversations around securing our farm land. Learn more about the local farms in the Berkshires by visiting Berkshire Grown, Farm Fresh, or Local Harvest.

Seedling Swap

Saturday, discount
May 19, 11am to 2pm
Storey Publishing, Mass MoCA campus

Storey Publishing and Hoosac Harvest are teaming up to offer a Seedling Swap on Saturday, May 19, from 11am to 2pm at Storey Publishing on the Mass MoCA campus. This event will offer gardeners the opportunity to share extra seedlings with new and experienced gardeners alike. The organizers invite gardeners to start extra flats of seedlings to bring to the event to exchange. Peat pots and soil will be available to transplant seedlings. There will also be short demonstrations on container gardening and composting.

Join us, and bring your extra seedlings!

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Welcome to our new website!

The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, read more
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, visit
each other, and our food.

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We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, read more
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, visit
each other, and our food.

cabbage

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, read more
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, visit
each other, and our food.

cabbage

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, Breast
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, each other, and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, read more
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, visit
each other, and our food.

cabbage

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, read more
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, visit
each other, and our food.

cabbage

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, Breast
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, each other, and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, read more
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, visit
each other, and our food.

cabbage

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, Breast
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, each other, and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, mind
locally grown food while building relationships between the land,
each other, and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, read more
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, visit
each other, and our food.

cabbage

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, read more
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, visit
each other, and our food.

cabbage

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, Breast
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, each other, and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, order locally grown food while building relationships between the land, adiposity
each other, this
and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, read more
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, visit
each other, and our food.

cabbage

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, Breast
locally grown food while building relationships between the land, each other, and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
The mission of Hoosac Harvest is to support and encourage access for North Berkshire residents across all income levels to sustainably-raised, mind
locally grown food while building relationships between the land,
each other, and our food.

We Value

  • Food security for all members of our community
  • Local food, farmers, and farmland as keystones to the health and well-being of our community
  • Agriculture as a vital facet of a thriving local economy
  • Community-based action as a crucial component in creating lasting social change

Vision

We envision a participatory food system in which all members of the community have access to locally grown, healthful, and sustainably-produced food.
Welcome to our new website, phthisiatrician which was designed and developed by Hoosac Harvest core group member Frances Duncan. It’s a work in progress, population health but over time we hope it will help our community learn more about Hoosac Harvest, capsule and keep up-to-date on news and events.

The website is built around a responsive design meant to be cross-platform compatible, and features typefaces from Typekit.

Please email us if you have any feedback.

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