Food Justice Newsletter2021-06-30T10:40:04-04:00

Food Justice Newsletter

Welcome to the NOFA/Mass newsletter series

Each week we publish original articles on the topics we care about most.

Read about the latest policy issues affecting Massachusetts farmers and consumers in our "Policy and Advocacy" newsletter, get insider farming and gardening tips from expert growers in our "Be a Better Grower" newsletter, learn to do it yourself, from food preservation to building fences, in our "Practical Self-Sufficiency" newsletter and see how our community is working to improve the food system in our "Food Justice" newsletter.

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Youth Agricultural Scientists Visit The African Alliance, Bami Farms (Part 1)

July 23rd, 2021|Categories: Newsletters|Tags: , , |

By Ivanyliz Rodriguez and Anna Gilbert-Muhammad Youth Agricultural Scientist Ivanyliz Rodriguez (right) interviews Julius Kolawole (left), Executive Director of The African Alliance On July 16th, 2021, the Youth Agricultural Scientists from Home City Housing visited with Julius Kolawole, Executive Director of The African [...]

NOFA/Mass Food Access Project Community Gardens Open for the Season

June 23rd, 2021|Categories: Newsletters|Tags: , , |

By Anna Gilbert-Muhammad, NOFA/Mass Food Access Coordinator NOFA/Mass Food Access Coordinator, Anna Gilbert-Muhammad, plants vegetable starts in the Tapley Court Apartments Community Garden with one of the area youths. Preparations at the community gardens that we [...]

Arise for Social Justice Links Up with the Open Pantry Community Garden

April 28th, 2021|Categories: Newsletters|Tags: , , |

By Anna Gilbert-Muhammad, NOFA/Mass Food Access Coordinator  Everyone is looking forward to spring and the fresh air that the season brings.  The smell of compost and soil is in the air seems to bring [...]

Introduction to the NOFA/Mass Bioremediation Project

April 28th, 2021|Categories: Newsletters|Tags: , , , |

Healing the Soil ~ Healing the Community ~ Feeding the Community by Anna Gilbert-Muhammad, NOFA/Mass Food Access Coordinator Growing food in urban areas like Boston, Newark or Springfield where soils are depleted and contaminated with lead and/or other heavy metals can be [...]

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