The Lexington Community Farm Coalition (LexFarm) has awarded two scholarships that will cover conference fees to attend the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) Summer Conference in Amherst, Mass. from August 12 – 14. The award recipients are both actively involved in farming in the community […]
LexFarm in the News
Here is the Lexington Minuteman article which has a good summary of the Busa Land Use Committee’s presentation to the Board of Selectmen on Monday Night.
As snow blankets Busa Farm after the recent Nor’easter, the Lexington Minuteman has also been blanketed with coverage and letters regarding its fate. Read the commentary by LexFarm Board member, Ellen Frye along with other articles of interest: Former Town Meeting Member sets history straight […]
…those were the words of Ginna Johnson, BLUPC committee member, last Thursday evening as the committee came to consensus that the Busa Farm should be kept in tact as a community farm. Read the Minuteman summary here, along with the complete text of Ginna’s extraodinary […]
Nice coverage in today’s West section of the Boston Globe: “They’ve organized a nonprofit group and marched through town waving vegetables to encourage the creation of a community farm. Now the Lexington Community Farm Coalition must wait to see if the idea takes seed.” Read […]
Here are links to two great letters of support published in today’s Lexington Minuteman – from Citizens for Lexington Conservation, and from Fran Ludwig, former Elementary Science Coordinator for Lexington Public Schools (and Bill McKibben’s high school earth science teacher…) CLC supports LexFarm’s vision for […]
…That is the headline from today’s print edition of the Lexington Minuteman, referring to last Wednesday’s BLUPC meeting. Here are links to the article online, along with links to letters to the editor from me and Ken Karnofsky. Article: Community Farm Concept Gains Support Letter: […]