The New Food Renaissance: Discovering Our Local Treasures

July 29, 2014 0

Author Jane Redmont will explore the subject of delicious and healthful food and her discoveries of the new food options available in cities, suburbs and the American countryside including our very own neighborhoods. Judy Lieberman represents Brookwood Community Farm, a thriving local example of this exciting new food renaissance. The farm’s output fuels a community supported agriculture program, ensuring access to healthy, fresh and affordable foods for local communities and hunger relief organizations.

Jane Redmont, M.Div., Ph.D. (cand.) is a writer, scholar, professional in the nonprofit world, religious (and interreligious) leader, activist, undergraduate and graduate level teacher in Berkeley, California and at Guilford College in North Carolina. Judy Lieberman is co-founder and manager of Brookwood Community Farm which began in 2008 and is committed to sustainable farming and organically grown crops. Brookwood now includes locations in Milton and in Canton.

To register to attend a program in the “Orchard Cove Invite” series, please call 781-821-1730. “Orchard Cove Invites” is an ongoing bimonthly program at Orchard Cove on wide–ranging topics Details for each program will be announced on an ongoing basis. Orchard Cove is located at One Del Pond Drive off of Route 138 in Canton. For more information on Orchard Cove and Hebrew SeniorLife, visit and

Event Location: Orchard Cove
One Del Pond Drive, Canton, Massachusetts, 02021

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
* Registration closes on July 28th
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