Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food 2013

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.

Know Your Famer Know Your Food 2013

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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