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Each week, nearly 200 families receive twenty pound boxes of fresh, high-quality produce -- and it's all free. By the end of August, the program will have brought a total of 600,000 pounds of produce to families across the South Coast.
In the June edition of the Story Walking Radio Hour with Wendy Fachon, we meet Patrick Straus and Brandon Monti, Co-founders of Freshconn, a virtual farmers market giving e-commerce and delivery solutions to local artisans and farms alike. This episode explores the online approach to food quality, value, safety, security and sustainability.
In the third segment of the this episode of the The Story Walking Radio Hour Archives with Wendy Fachon, Jayne Merner Senecal, Owner of Earth Care Farm, shares her experience doing soil science research for the Real Food Campaign, which utilizes a leading edge nutrient density measurement tool that allows farmers to help participate in important soil and crop nutrient analysis and research.
Typically in May, Grow Education is planting garden bed after garden bed across New Bedford’s Elementary schools. Though spring has looked different this year, we have adjusted and continue to support our school partners and their communities.
When COVID-19 made sit-down dinners impossible, Good Shepherd’s Table switched to take-out. And it continues to provide hot dinners to folks in need via take-out every Thursday, from 4 to 5 p.m., serving well in excess of 100 meals.
Structural Energetic Therapy, often referred to as SET, brings together cranial/structural balancing, deep tissue myofascial massage, and energy movement techniques to provide a unique form of healing.
To ensure the best impact on the local community and to spread the word, Sid Wainer has partnered with the United Way of Greater New Bedford and The Marion Institute’s Southcoast Food Policy Council to reach thousands of families in the South Coast community through the Southcoast Farmers to Families initiative.
May/June 2020 MI Newsletter - We Keep Moving Forward. The Marion Institute won't stop fighting for a more equitable and just world. We will keep our foot on the gas.
Grow Education's Adam Davenport speaks about Grow Education and the Southcoast Food Policy Council for SouthCoast Insider's June 2020 issue.
The panel includes Dr. Juli Parker, the assistant dean of students and director of UMass Dartmouth’s Center for Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Stacy Malone, the executive director of the Victim Rights Law Center; Claire Spaulding McVicker, the executive director of the Katie Brown Educational Program; and Jeffrey Glidden, LICSW, a violence recovery program counselor and advocate at Fenway Health.