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Urban Agriculture Kick-off canceled this year

In response to health recommendations related to COVID-19, we are canceling this year’s Urban Agriculture Kick-off, scheduled for Saturday, April 4.

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We’re hiring in our garden management and youth programs

SCLT is hiring two support professionals this spring to work in our Youth Program and in Garden Management.

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Get your soil tested

The lab we will send samples to is closed due to the coronavirus, so we won’t be collecting samples until later this spring or summer.  Stay tuned for updates!

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Applications accepted for 2020 Farm Apprenticeships

Want to learn about regenerative farming directly from an experienced local farmer?

Apprentices will train full-time at four host farms: City Farm, Foggy Notion Farm, Pat’s Pastured, and Sidewalk Ends Farm.

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SCLT receives 2019 Neighborhood Builders Award

Late last year, Bank of America announced that SCLT was one of two local nonprofit organizations that would receive their 2019 Neighborhood Builders award.

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Southside Community Land Trust gets $600K from feds to help new farmers

CRANSTON – The Southside Community Land Trust 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.

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URI will offer scholarships in Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems beginning in 2020

In a partnership with the University of Rhode Island, the US Department of Agriculture is funding a new scholarship program for youth from populations underrepresented in the sciences who want to pursue Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems studies at the college level.
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We’re hiring a Finance Manager

SCLT’s Finance Manager will be responsible for finance functions, including all budgeting, financial reporting and forecasting.

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Growth opportunity: Urban Edge provides valuable resource for small farmers

In the past, Christina Dedora has held jobs in the corporate world and public sector. Now, she can be found working in fields and greenhouses in Western Cranston – and she wouldn’t have it any other way.

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High school Youth Staff grow, cook and build skills in Providence, Pawtucket and Central Falls

Two weeks into SCLT’s summer youth program, nearly three dozen high school youth are busy learning how to tend, harvest and cook with fresh produce, as well as provide their neighbors with information about nutrition and climate change.

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