Written By Sarah Oakes, FGS Member
Hey Everyone! If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, you should! The Fenway Victory Gardens were featured, and our President was interviewed for the piece!
Love those Dirty Fingernails : Community growing spaces in Boston are Brimming with eager Green Thumbs, Fresh Food, Diversity and Innovation
Written by Steve Holt
“Over the last two decades, the number of community gardens in Boston has steadily risen to 176 growing spaces today, which produce more than $1 million worth of food annually, according to Boston Natural Areas Network estimates.”
You can read the full article which starts on Page 67 on the digital edition of the magazine at the following link: Edible Boston : Summer 2016 Edition
“Strolling up and down the paths of the Fenway Victory Gardens, it’s near impossible not to stop at every plot, breathe in the sweetness of blooming perennials, imagine what food the tiny, emerging seedlings will become, and bask in the beauty of this oasis – an oasis that has, for more than seven decades, been set aside for growing food, flowers, and community.”
Header Photo Credit: Edible Boston Summer 2016 Magazine