Category: Veggies For All

2013 was HUGE for Veggies For All. We could go on and on, but we are so anxious to get on with 2014, that we are reporting out on 2013 report in numbers and pictures: 21,190 pounds of vegetables…More than any year in our  history! 1,500 people fed (about 800 in our local community and […]

Want to get your hands dirty with Veggies For All?  Well… mark your calendar, roll up your sleeves, and dig in! Join us for any of the following service opportunities- and feel free to contact us for more details, to RSVP, or to arrange for travel. September 26 – BIG POTATO DIG day @ our […]

“I look at the world and ask,  ‘What needs to happen?’  Then I see how my passion can fit those needs.” Who said that?  How do we get them working with our team? Sarah Bicknell, a current Sustainable Agriculture student at Unity, has joined the Sustainability Office as Food and Farm Projects Technician for the […]

The monthly Community Meal to support Veggies for All takes place this Saturday at 5.  Join us at the Community Center on School Street for burgers, beans, fiddle heads , lawn games, and more. And  help VFA plant onions in the library field at 3pm Saturday. No experience necessary.

At today’s all-employee meeting and State of the College address (more on that later!), Sara Trunzo was recognized with a “Colleague on a Mission” award.  Sponsored by Human Resources, Colleagues on a Mission are nominated by their peers for going above and beyond the call of duty.  And few people manifest the mission of the […]

For those of you who can’t tour around Unity with VFA, I suggest you take this virtual tour of our fields to see how we’re progressing.  2011 is gonna be big.  How big?  We’ve got: over 2000 row feet of onions 2000 row feet of potatoes over 1400 row feet of winter squash and pumpkins […]