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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FRESH Fall Youth Organizing Program (Teen-Town)

Fresh Is offering an opportunity for students who worked with us this summer to put what they learned into action and learn important community organizing skills to help make New London county a leader in the global food movement.  Keep an eye out for these teens in your town, they’ll be the ones ushering in a new generation of FRESH, delicious, local and sustainable food system

Volunteer at the FRESH Farm 

Sunny days, warm weather, it’s time for growing FRESH food and we need your help!

Volunteers of all ages work together to grow food at the FRESH Farm.
The food is sold or given to support people around New London County through schools, the FRESH Mobile Market and through the emergency food system.
Come out to connect with land, work with folks from the community and be an active part of food system change! In other words, GET FRESH!

Every Saturday, 8am-12pm at the FRESH Farm
at the Waterford Country School in Quaker Hill.  

Every Wednesday, 3:30pm-6pm at the FRESH Community Garden on the corner of Williams and Mercer in New London. 

Click HERE to sign up!

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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.