Since SCLT’s founding nearly 40 years ago, staff have focused on providing access to land for people who want to grow food. This started with community gardens in Providence, but now includes large urban and rural farms in multiple Rhode Island communities.
Seeking youth for summer jobs in Pawtucket & Central Falls
City Farm gets its first all-female crew
On the heels of ordering a dazzling variety of seeds for the 2019 season (20,000 alone for the Rare & Unusual Plant Sale), the next order of business for City Farm’s Steward, Rich Pederson is hiring the crew to carry out the work.
Looking for a part-time summer job in Providence?
SCLT is accepting applications for our Summer Youth Employment Program in Providence. Deadline is May 3.
Farewell to Jerome Charleus
SCLT lost a knowledgeable gardener, partner in our food growing community and wonderful friend of the organization when Jerome Charleus passed away on Dec. 7. He will be missed by many.
Campaign positions SCLT as an ‘important community resource’
In the past year, SCLT laid the groundwork for a capital campaign–the GROW! Campaign–to renovate a building at 404 Broad Street in Providence’s Upper South Side. It will house our offices, a produce processing facility, a Youth Entrepreneurship Center and three leasable spaces for food businesses.
Urban Edge Farm plays growing role in state’s food economy
Driving down Pippin Orchard Road in Cranston, number 35 stands out. There’s a large sign for Urban Edge Farm next to the driveway. Turn in and you will see beautiful herbs, luscious vegetable fields, and an old barn.
Farm Apprentices Sought for 2019 Season
SCLT is looking for five full-time apprentices for the 2019 season to work on local farms. Apprentices will acquire in-depth farm skills from farm mentors, and participate in farm tours, classes and network-building opportunities.
Farmland available at Urban Edge Farm
SCLT is opening up more acreage for small-scale farmers this year at Urban Edge Farm (UEF).
SCLT is looking for a full-time support professional who can work comfortably in two realms: Youth Education and Garden Facilities Management.