Bowdoin Geneva families may now register for the Farm to Family Program for Summer 2012. Farm to Family is an innovative subsidized CSA (community-supported agriculture) program that serves low-income families, providing them with farm-fresh fruits and vegetables at an affordable price. The produce is grown at The Food Project’s farm in Lincoln, MA and delivered to community agencies in the Bowdoin Geneva neighborhood for distribution to participating families. Families pay $5 per week for $15-worth of produce and can pay with cash, check, or SNAP/EBT.
Families receiving services at any of the community distribution sites listed below should contact the appropriate individual to learn more:
Bowdoin Geneva residents not affiliated with any of the above organizations and/or patients of the Bowdoin Street Health Center should contact:
The Farm to Family Program is sponsored and coordinated by The Food Project with generous support from the staff of the Bowdoin Street Health Center, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and other Longwood Medical area institutions.