On Monday, June 30th, Food Project interns worked alongside DSNI (Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative) youth to unload wood milled in Orange, MA to build 200 build-a-garden beds over the course of the next year.
Thanks to the Department of Conservation who drove the wood in and moved it off the truck, dealing with low lying wires and narrow streets! In just over an hour the wood was safely tucked away, and we
are gearing up to start building beds this coming Monday with our interns.
We are looking for more people to build gardens for over the course of the summer and fall. Help us spread the word! More information is available here: