Shani Fletcher ‘98 is a sustainable farmer and environmentalist who is working to promote green solutions to social justice issues in Massachusetts communities. Shani is the Farm Manager at ReVision Urban Farm, an innovative community-based urban agriculture project that grows produce in its own fields and provides access to affordable, nutritious and culturally appropriate food to residents of ReVision Family Home and its extended community. The organization is a green effort to provide food and shelter for hundreds of homeless families in the neighborhood, many of whom lack healthy food options. The program also teaches the community how to grow their own fresh food. Stay tuned for more featured “alums of the week” in 2015!
Handprinter Sue Bridge ’60 is excited to announce the launch of Wildside’s first ever website! Checkout their site for information on projects, workshops, and other resources: wildsidecottageandgardens.org.
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow!
Please take a look at the 2014 Program to see what we have in store for tomorrow’s event.
Handprinter Sue Bridge is growing rice at Wildside, and it’s going very well! Sue will be talking about the endeavor at the Project Handprint Symposium on November 1st.
Food entrepreneurs of all kinds: Babson Food Day is just three weeks away. October 23, we’ll celebrate food as everybody’s business.
We say that if you eat food, you are an eater-entrepreneur. Come learn, share and act your way further into your food journey. Babson Food Day offers a “menu” of options with something for everyone: food stories from across the system; start-ups and fresh ideas from students; corporate pathways into food; and culinary and restaurant innovation.
Babson Food Day is free and open to the public. Our menu is HERE… See you there!