SCLT has launched a $600,000 federally funded initiative to help beginning farmers access resources, tools and training, Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., announced Tuesday.
Gov. Gina Raimondo, DEM Director Janet Coit and others visited Urban Edge Farm on Aug. 6 to tour its various operations and learn more about its role in local agriculture.
Providence Monthly recently sent reporter Robert Isenberg around town to profile SCLT and other local organizations and businesses that are leading the way to a healthy, green future.
Fifteen students from Johnson & Wales, Regis College and Universidad de Congreso in Argentina recently toured City Farm as part of their research into food security and food access.
A total of $276,614 will be invested to support specialty crop production and sales in Rhode Island.
City Farm has built relationships with various people and organizations in or near Providence who help provide them with leftover materials to build up their compost. Here’s a look at…
In the heart of one of the state’s poorest neighborhoods, a green revolution is underway. For Margaret DeVos these rundown blocks represent a land of opportunity. For organic farming, no…
The Pawtucket/Central Falls Health Equity Zone held a farm-to-table dinner on Sept. 26 to release its report to the community. Among the speakers was SCLT's Johny Ramos, a Pawtucket native…
This year’s Harvesting Hope fundraiser to benefit the Southside Community Land Trust (SCLT) will feature a menu designed by Gracie’s executive chef Matt Varga '05 that will draw almost exclusively…
Visit the Rhode Island seashore, stumble on some Japanese knotweed, and you’ll probably label it as a nuisance. Pawtucket artist and SCLT community partner May Babcock sees the invasive species…
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