Farm and Community Partnerships
Gardens and Soil for Municipalities, Schools, Farms & More
Our mission comes full circle through our partnerships with the local
food system. We partner with farms, community gardens, schools, food
forests and more by providing raised beds, compost and soil to grow more
food from food scraps.
Contact us for pricing.
Building Community Food Projects
In 2020-2022 we proudly supported the following community food initiatives with compost, soil or raised beds:
- Backyard Growers, Gloucester, MA
- Everett Community Growers, Everett, MA
- Eastie Farm, Boston, MA
- Friends of Egleston Square Library, Roxbury, MA
- Growing Resilience Schoolyard Initiative, Boston Public Schools
- Holliston Community Farm, Holliston, MA
- JJ Round Community Garden, Wakefield, MA
- Littleton Community Farm, Littleton, MA
- Malden Community Garden, Malden, MA
- Needham Community Farm, Needham, MA
- Nourishing the Northshore, Newburyport, MA
- Salem Community Gardens and The Mac Park Food Farm, Salem, MA
- The Food Project, Lincoln, MA
- Wellesley Community Gardens, Wellesley, MA
Supporting Local Farms with Farmworks
With the support of our customers, we were able to offer compost at a
reduced rate to the local farms in the map below in 2020-2022. 10 cents
of each bag of compost sold goes to our FarmWorks program.
Join a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program at one of these farms or buy their produce at their farm stand to complete the full circle sustainability loop.
Find a Partner Farm
Backyard Growers Partnership
Compost donated by our curbside compost customers goes to non-profit Backyard Growers. Backyard Growers provides gardens, plants, and instruction to low income and elderly people so they can grow their own food.
In addition, Backyard Growers supports a garden at the Open Door food pantry, several community gardens, as well as a year round school gardening program.