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.
WE HAVE MOVED! 120 Broad Street, Room 220, Second floor of the Martin Center, New London
SO FRESH: Summer Youth Fellowship
The FRESH Summer Fellowship Program is for young people entering 9th through 12th grade. We will learn and grow together throughout the summer. Our Summer Fellows will connect to the earth, learn about food justice and community. They will also grow, harvest and cook fresh food. Participating youth are eligible for New London Youth Affairs Summer Youth Employment or may earn a stipend for their work. Click Here for more information and to pre-apply.
Saturdays at the FRESH Garden
At FRESH, we grow food with the community, for the community!
Our Saturday volunteer days 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.
Come and work with us, and help us to build a better (more sustainable, more just and more beautiful) food system! Click here to sign up or just come by!
Every Saturday, rain or shine, between 9am and 1pm at our community garden at the corner of William and Mercer Streets.
DINING FOR A CAUSE, Wednesday, June 15, 5:30 to 8:30 pm
Seehund Restaurant, 345 Bank Street, New London
This great German pub is donating 15% of its sales to FRESH New London. Come out for delicious food, refreshing drinks and know that you are supporting your local food justice organization at the same time! There will be door prizes!
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.
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