Over one hundred men, women, and children enjoyed a bountiful feast of fresh food, hayrides, and camaraderie last Saturday at Langwater Farm, North Easton, Massachusetts. The event was organized by Land For Good, the food was provided by Langwater Farm. It could not have been a more perfect evening!
Friends of Langwater Farm help to serve food picked the day before.
Celebration participants enjoy food and each other’s company under an old oak tree.
Minnie Ames, whose family leases the land to Langwater Farm, shares the story of how, with the help of Land For Good, the land was transformed into a community CSA.
Langwater Farmer, Kevin O’Dwyer, with his daughter.
Crowd listens to presentations from Land For Good, SEMAP, and the NRT.
The tent was a welcome respite to many in the late afternoon sun.
Land For Good co-director, Bob Bernstein, shares on the importance of local collaborations to keeping farming viable.
Langwater Farmer and chef extraodinaire, Alida Cantor.
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