The Food Project

10 Lewis St, Lincoln, Ma 01773, Usa
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Our missionTo create a thoughtful and productive community of youth and adults from diverse backgrounds who work together to build a sustainable food system.

The Food Project

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Serve & Grow

In our Serve & Grow farm work volunteer program, individuals and groups visit our farms to help tend the fields. We hold three-hour volunteer sessions on weekday and weekend mornings at our farms in the spring and fall. Volunteers learn about The Food Project and our mission, and help with tasks such as planting, weeding, harvesting, washing vegetables, and preparing beds.
  • One-time, Occasional, Weekly, Monthly
  • Teens, 55+, Adults, Child with Adult
  • Individuals, Groups (2-10), Groups (10+), Corporate Teams
  • Outdoor
  • On-site
  • Weekdays, Weekends

College and Community Groups

Our Serve & Grow program is great for college and community groups looking for service-learning opportunities. Bring your group to one of our farms to grow food for hunger relief organizations and local distribution.
  • One-time, Occasional
  • Teens, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Outdoor
  • On-site
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends

Team Building for Corporate Groups

The Food Project’s Corporate Serve & Grow Program offers companies a service-learning opportunity to grow food for hunger relief organizations and local distribution. Bring your employees to one of our farms for a morning of positive, energizing work and learning at The Food Project. We offer volunteer opportunities in the Spring and Fall.
  • One-time, Occasional
  • Adults
  • Corporate Teams
  • Outdoor
  • On-site
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends
How you helpEvery year, The Food Project relies on thousands of volunteers to help us achieve our goal of creating a more just and sustainable food system.
About usOur community produces healthy food for residents of the city and suburbs, provides youth leadership opportunities, and inspires and supports others to create change in their own communities. We grow 200,000 pounds of food each year without chemical fertilizers or pesticides and donate thousands of pounds of produce to local hunger relief organizations. Locally, we promote access to fresh, affordable produce by building raised-bed gardens for residents and organizations, offering garden-based educational programming, and providing opportunities for people to use SNAP/EBT benefits to purchase fresh food.
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