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Southside Community Land Trust Newsletters

Spring 2024 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Spring highlights
  • SCLT Promotes The Small & Urban Farm Success Act
  • Plant Sale event and Membership


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Fall 2023 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • SCLT gets food to more people than ever with USDA boost
  • Honoring the life & legacy of community gardener Ka Xiong
  • Hmong farmers enter fifth decade of growing in RI
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Spring 2023 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • SCLT growers join the Hope Street Farmers Market
  • Meet a donor passionate about addressing food insecurity
  • Check out what’s coming to Plant Sale 2023
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Summer 2022 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Ribbon-cutting at 404 Broad Street
  • Meet our Food System Intern
  • These retail tenants are coming to 404 Broad Street
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Fall 2021 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • It’s in her nature to help others
  • Patients follow doctors’ orders to eat (locally grown!) veggies
  • Pilot links SCLT with storied Federal Hill House
  • Healthy food activist Michel Nischan
    returns for a visit
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Spring 2021 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • The future looks bright for new farmers in RI
  • The theme of this year’s Plant Sale? We’ve got this!
  • Your support helps us respond to ongoing food insecurity in COVID’s wake
  • Putting people at the center of environmental policy
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Fall 2020 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • VeggieRx pilot promotes wellness—and health equity
  • TerraCorps expands into RI, empowers SCLT and other land trusts
  • Global pandemic underscores local need for a more just, responsive food system
  • Work on SCLT’s new home in Trinity Square is underway
  • Local artist shares refugees’ recipes and stories
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Spring 2020 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Plant Sale 2020: Same great variety, very different format
  • Pandemic focuses public’s attention on diet-related health disparities
  • Food lovers like you show your generosity in times like these
  • This committee knows: gardening is essential
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Fall 2019 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • She nurtures gardens, youth, and communities
  • Just add fresh produce
  • Farm-to-lunch also added to the Pawtucket youth program
  • Capital campaign climbs toward goal
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