Category: Notices

NCF Fall Festival – September 24, 11-3

Written by Stephanie on September 11, 2017

Come to NCF and enjoy a day of family fun!!  At this free event we’ll have pumpkin decorating, face painting, spider web cutting, and a kids sing along with Julia from Music Together.  Have some grilled corn, fresh apples, homemade baked treats, or try one of our sandwiches from around…Read More

NCF Hosts Mayoral Environmental Forum

Written by Stephanie on August 4, 2017

On August 3, the Barn at NCF was host to Newton’s first mayoral forum to focus entirely on environmental issues facing our city.  Organized by Green Newton , and moderated by Nathan Phillips, Professor of Earth and Environment at BU, the forum gave the seven mayoral candidates a chance to…Read More

The Environment, Newton’s Next Mayor, and You

Written by Stephanie on July 21, 2017

Who are all of the candidates running for Mayor of Newton?  What are their positions on the environmental issues that are most important to you?  What sets the candidates apart?  Find out at The Environment, Newton’s Next Mayor, & You, the first event bringing together all of the mayoral candidates.  Newton…Read More

Thank You!

Written by Stephanie on May 25, 2017

We’d like to thank our guests and volunteers for a lovely Dinner on the Farm this year! We’d also like to thank the following businesses for their partnership, sponsorship and donations:

Farmstead Table & Village Bank

Didrik’s  • Frank Bingham Insurance • Iggy’s Bread…Read More

2017 Public Engagement Survey!

Written by Stephanie on April 12, 2017

Your voice is important!  Please take our Public Engagement Survey to let us know what you love about the Farm, and what you would like to see more of.  Do you want to see more classes?  More public events?  Do you have a great story to tell about NCF?…Read More

Green Newton Hosts Free Screening of Documentary on Food Waste

Written by Stephanie on February 13, 2017

Join our community partner, Green Newton for a February 27th screening of the documentary, Just Eat It, a documentary film about food waste and food rescue in our society where as much 50 percent of our food ends up in the trash. The film featuring interviews with TED lecturer, author and…Read More