Newton Community Farm

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About Us

We are a non-profit community farm located on the historic Angino farmstead in Newton, MA. We strive to benefit the community by providing locally-grown produce through our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, our farm stand, Newton Farmers’ Markets, and donations to local food pantries; educating the public about sustainable practices for agriculture, land use, and stewardship of other natural resources through hands-on classes, workshops, internships, and drop-in farm hours; preserving Newton’s last working farm as a historic site and valuable open space; aiding gardening enthusiasts through our annual spring Seedling Sale; and donating a portion of the food we grow to people in need through local organizations such as the Newton Food Pantry, The Second Step, and Boston Area Gleaners.

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Jobs

Saturday Volunteering at Newton Community Farm
Category: Volunteer Opportunity
Get your hands dirty and have fun on a summer Saturday morning working in the field at Newton Community Farm. Please note that the minimum age to volunteer is 12 and volunteers ages 12-15 must be accompanied by an adult. Signup closes 24 hours prior to the volunteer shift so that we can organize our volunteer activity. Volunteers must signup; we are not able to accommodate volunteers who have not ...read more
Contact:
Phone:(617) 916-9655
Newton Community Farm Accepting High School Intern Applications
Category: Internship
Currently Accepting Applications for Summer High School Field Crew Interns at Newton Community Farm The NCF Internship Program offers the experience of working on an intensive market garden (the traditional term for small vegetable farms). Read on to learn more about what our internship opportunity entails and what the goals are for students participating in this program. Thank you for your ...read more
Contact:
Phone:(617) 916-9655

Rep/Contact Info

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Sue Bottino
Executive Director
Matt Durham
Director of Educaton
Paul Holt
President, Board of Directors
Greg Maslowe
Farm Manager
Barbara Seal
Treasurer, Board of Directors