"Growing Community, Community Grown."

Self-serve seedling sale May 1–May 30, with staffed days May 8 & 9. Produce sales start in June.

Judging the Photo Contest

LexFarm is excited to announce the judges for our Photo Contest: Celebrating Lexington’s Farming Heritage. All three photographers are residents of Lexington and are accomplished in their fields. Click here to see Judging Criteria.

Joanne Rathe Strohmeyer 

Joanne RatheJoanne Rathe Strohmeyer has been at the Boston Globe since 1985, where she is an Assistant Chief Photographer. She has received The World Press Children’s Award for post-apartheid South Africa, The World Hunger Award for rural poverty in New England and multiple prizes from the National Press Photographers Association and Boston Press Photographers Association. Prior to the Boston Globe, Joanne worked at the Boston Herald and The Springfield (MA) Newspapers. She is a graduate of Boston University, College of Communication.  Joanne is married to Damian Strohmeyer and they have three children, Jessye, Zach and Leah.
To view some of Joanne’s work, click here to go to her website.


Meg Landers

Meg LandersMeg Landers is a trained photographer and artist, graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology in Photographic Illustration. Working for more than 25 years in the commercial advertising sector, Landers, is also a prolific humanitarian and fine art photographer, noted for creating provocative and conceptual images that meld a visual narrative style with non-conventional representations of objects or individuals.
Landers’ relationship to the photographic portrait is uncompromising. She has actively exhibited in both juried and group invitational shows in the United States, Canada, and Germany. Her photographs are in a number of publications, corporate and private collections, and she maintains a studio in Lexington, MA.
To find our more about Meg’s work, go to www.meglandersphotography.com.


Danielle Boudrot
Danielle with cameraDanielle Boudrot is currently principal flute with The Lexington Symphony and the Lexington Symphony Chamber Players. She has been a featured soloist with the LS on several occasions, most recently performing the Mozart Flute and Harp Concerto with LS principal harpist Barbara Poeschl-Edrich in June 2011. Danielle received her Bachelor of Music degree from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music as a student of Robert Willoughby. She is also a visual artist specializing in unique portraits and in capturing the beauty of landscapes. As Danielle states:
it is with this artistic foundation that I have followed my other passions ~ photography, art, interior design and architecture…as the author of “a thoughtful eye”, I’m able to explore the visual world in ways that balance my life of music…the raw emotion of music married with the tangible beauty of art is a perfect union for my self expression.
To share in Danielle’s vision, go to her blog A Thoughtful Eye.