FRESH New London builds momentum for food system change through local agriculture and youth empowerment. We use food to connect the community, encourage stewardship, inspire leadership, and incite change.
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April 23rd, FRESH Annual Early Plant Sale!
This year in two locations: at the FRESH Garden from 10am -2pm
& Fiddleheads Food Coop from 11am – 2pm
Early spring is a great time to plant the first round of vegetables in your garden! Asian greens, lettuce, spinach, kale, onions and many other greens will grow in the cooler spring soil. Most have a quick grow cycle so you can harvest in time to plant your main summer crops.
Come visit us at the FRESH Garden or at Fiddleheads to pick up all your early plant starts!
Help us welcome in the 2016 Growing Season!
So FRESH Spring Break
Come participate in hands on agriculture projects and learn about the food system & our community. Spring break week is April 18 through April 22 and concludes with our early plant sale April 23rd.
Participating youth will get a certificate of completion for successfully serving the whole week, and the best thing is that they can get up to 20+ hours of community service.
Interested youth can click here for more information.
Saturday workdays at the FRESH Garden
Our Saturday volunteer workdays connect you with the land to learn and grow. Whether you are an expert, or not, you’ll share and learn about urban growing, interact with new people from our beautiful community, and you will love your work. We provide volunteers with free snacks and drinks. Students and community members can earn service hours while working with us at the
Come and work with us, and help us to build a better
(more sustainable, more just and more beautiful) food system!
Every Saturday, rain or shine, from 9:00am to 1:00pm at our
community garden at the corner of William and Mercer Streets.
Together we can build and sustain a healthy and just food system; we will exercise our collective power to establish community food security in Connecticut, and take part in the global movement for food justice.