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Capital Campaign Kick off, Rooted in Community

What more can we say other then to thank each of you for supporting Littleton Community Farm at our Rooted in Community event!  It was a warm and wonderful evening of community, old and new friends, good food and libations.
Brian Donahue’s presentation made an impact on many of us.  Currently, New England farms on 2 million acres of land for 14.5 million people.  With an addition of 4 million acres New England could one day produce 50% of what we eat.  The vision also looks to 2060 where food is a basic human right and no one goes hungry.   We are proud to be a small part of 50 By 60 TM .
The board and volunteers have worked hard over the past two years to build the farm to what it is today.   With your continued help we look to build the second phase of our farm.  A greenhouse, and farm implements are just a few of the capital equipment needs to put our crop in the ground.  Please consider donating at littletoncommunityfarm.com/donate

Sincerely,
Littleton Community Farm Board of Directors

Top Row: Jen Klein, Brittany Sidway Overshiner, Brian Donahue, Jo-Ann Dery, Kate McLoughlin.  Bottom Row: Grant Kinghorn, Beth Suedmeyer, Amy Tarlow Lewis, Jen Stach

Top Row: Jen Klein, Brittany Sidway Overshiner, Brian Donahue, Jo-Ann Dery, Kate McLoughlin. Bottom Row: Grant Kinghorn, Beth Suedmeyer, Amy Tarlow Lewis, Jen Stach

Rooted in Community 
cocktail reception
Sunday, October 5, 2004  7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

The Red Raven GastropubActon, MA

You are cordially invited to join us for a cocktail reception that will include an informative presentation by our esteemed guest speaker, Mr. Brian Donahue, followed by some EXCITING farm announcements and celebration!

Ticket purchases automatically enter you into a drawing for a restaurant gift certificate to our event partner, the Red Raven Gastropub in Acton, MA.

Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and additional raffle prizes will be included at this event.

Mr. Donahue, author of Reclaiming the Commons: Community Farms and Forests in a New England Town and Associate Professor of American Environmental Studies at Brandeis University, will present a hopeful, engaging, and relevant message on the future of community farms.

Our board members will be available to answer your questions on the completion of recent farm milestones, and the next steps in the development of our community farm.

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

Join us in becoming rooted in our community.