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4th Annual Wake Up the Farm Pancake Breakfast and Seedling Sale
Brookwood Community Farm Hosts 4th Annual Pancake Breakfast and Seedling Sale
Large number of heirloom varieties available for home gardeners
Milton, Mass – Brookwood Community Farm will host its fourth annual “Wake-Up the Farm Pancake Breakfast and Seedling Sale” Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20 at Brookwood Farm, 11 Blue Hill River Road in the Blue Hills Reservation. The pancake breakfast will be served 9:00am – 11:00am on Saturday, May 19 only, while the seedling sale takes place both days from 9:00am to 3:00pm. Suggested donation for the pancake breakfast is $10 per person or $25 per family.
A large number of heirloom varieties of vegetables will be available for home gardeners, including 17 varieties of tomatoes. Also available will be herbs and flower seedlings selected for companion planting.
“Brookwood Community Farm not only improves access to fresh, locally grown, organic food for surrounding communities, we also promote do-it-yourself gardening in your backyard as a tangible way people can be involved in agriculture,” said Maggie Pounds, a Milton native and a second year farm apprentice at Brookwood. “Growing food is fun, and we want everyone to learn and enjoy the benefits of growing and eating food close to home.”
The pancake breakfast and seedling sale is a fundraiser to support Brookwood Community Farm’s food justice and food access projects. Brookwood Community Farm donates over 5,000 pounds of fresh produce each year to local food pantries.
For more information, call Judy Lieberman, Farm Manager at 617-967-4578
|Where||Brookwood Community Farm 11 Blue Hill River Rd, Canton, MA 02021|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||9:00 am–3:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Price||$10pp/$25 per family for pancake breakfast|
More About Brookwood Community Farm
Brookwood Farm is a community farm and nonprofit organization. Farm produce is sold at various local farmers markets, including the Milton Farmers Market and the Roslindale Farmers Market, and in the summer the produce is sold directly at the farm. The farm is located on 70-acres of land within the Blue Hills Reservation and also on the 90-acre Bradley Estate.