Rooted in Community

It is our pleasure to announce Littleton Community Farm is now a registered charity and expects to begin operation of 2.8 acres of land, leased by the New England Forestry Foundation, in spring 2015.

You are invited to a cocktail reception to benefit Littleton Community Farm

Enjoy cocktails, locally-sourced hors d’oeuvres, raffles, conversation, and inspiring speaker—Brian Donahue, author of Reclaiming the Commons: Farms and Forests in a New England Town

Sunday, October 5th
7 – 9 pm
The Red Raven
Acton, MA

To purchase tickets and to RSVP:
http://littletoncommunityfarm.eventbrite.com

Be Rooted in Community.

Country Fair at Fay Park, September 13th

Hard to believe that another summer has almost passed us by.  Hope you are enjoying your home grown backyard goodies!  We had great participation in people checking seeds out of Seed Lending Library, and the seed savers have been busy growing all season.  Soon those acclimatizing seeds will be returning to our collection to be stored until next season.   A few members of the Littleton Honeybee Forum rented a honey extractor for the day and collectively extracted well over 100lbs of honey in 1 day!  Littleton Community Farm now is turning our attention to what will prove to be an exciting fall.  On Saturday, September 13th 10:00 AM  – 3:00 PM  we will be staffing a table at the Country Fair at Fay Park, joining with the Littleton Conservation Trust to press fresh apple cider.  Please stop by have a glass of cider, and find out how you can get involved.  It has never been a better time to get involved in the slow food movement.