The Trustees offers food resources to many of our communities.
The Trustees offers food resources to many of our communities. The Mobile Farmers Market travels to neighborhoods with many different immigrant populations, who have unique, but sometimes overlapping cooking traditions. Boston Community Gardens, consisting of 56 gardens across eight Boston neighborhoods, transform city landscapes and build community.
Learn more about both initiatives below.
The Trustees Mobile Farmers Market is a subscription program for people in Boston and Cambridge with SNAP/EBT. The Healthy Incentives Program (HIP) fully reimburses our customers’ purchases from us.
The Trustees is the largest nonprofit owner of community gardens in Boston, with 56 under Trustees management, totaling 15 acres across eight Boston neighborhoods: Dorchester, East Boston, the Fenway, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, Mattapan, Mission Hill, and the South End. Our role as caretaker of Boston’s green spaces doesn’t stop with our own gardens: we help to coordinate activities related to all of the city’s 175 community gardens, touching more than 18,000 individuals and families annually.
Our Mobile Market provides under-resourced communities with affordable, healthy, and locally sourced produce.
Community Gardens in Boston
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Fifty-six gardens across eight Boston neighborhoods transform city landscapes and...
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