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Local artist combines stories and recipes in Things We Share

Jazzmen Lee-Johnson had been interested in food growing, food as self-care and cooking long before she created the graphic novel cookbook, Things We Share.

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Growing food helps SCLT’s new garden associate hold onto her roots

Like many refugees who arrive in Providence, Bishnu Poudel was eager to obtain a plot in one of SCLT’s community gardens. Soon, she began growing the vegetables she and her family were used to eating in Nepal, and before that, Bhutan, as well as socializing and networking with refugees from three continents. 

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Welcome Chandelle Wilson, our new education programs manager

“One of my earliest memories is digging up potatoes with my grandmother,” recalls Chandelle Wilson, who became SCLT’s education programs manager in June.

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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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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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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.

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We’re hiring!

SCLT is looking for a full-time support professional who can work comfortably in two realms: Youth Education and Garden Facilities Management.

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SCLT seeks new Director of Operations

SCLT is looking for an experienced professional to steward all of our properties including production farms, leased farms, community gardens and buildings.

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Meet our new Director of Farmland Access and Education

Just in time for our busiest season, Sebastian Interlandi joined SCLT as our Director of Farmland Access and Education on March 5.

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A farm is born, and a neighborhood begins to heal

Five high school students knelt over a bucket of garlic seed behind the Salvation Army on Broad Street in Providence. They gathered on a corner lot bordered by littered sidewalks and abandoned houses, getting ready to plant cloves whose bright green shoots will emerge early next spring.

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