Eastie Farm: Building a More Resilient and Sustainable East Boston

Gardeners at Eastie Farm in East Boston, MA
Eastie Farm’s transformation from abandoned lot to vibrant community farm
Gardeners at Eastie Farm learning how to compost
Rainwater collection system at Eastie Farm
Meal boxes organized and distributed by Eastie Farm during the pandemic
Kannan Thiruvengadam with an enormous ear of Salvadoran corn grown at Eastie Farm

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