• Who is FINE?

    FINE serves a dynamic network of communities, organizations, and institutions working together to create a just, equitable, and regenerative food system in New England and beyond.


What's New on the Blog

Tania Taranovski, Director of Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships

Peter Allison, FINE Executive Director

Tania Taranovski, Director of Programs


Upcoming Events

 

Ag and the Classroom: How to create and use school gardens to expand teaching beyond the classroom.

| 3 pm ET | Russell Shea Growers Birch Street Concord, NH 03301

Part of the "Plants & Pints Gardening Workshop Series" from New Hampshire Ag in the Classroom. Specifically for teachers and volunteers during the summer, utilizing the teaching gardens in the Russell Shea Growers Community Garden off of Birch Street in Concord, NH. The workshops will look at a number of hurdles found while creating, maintaining, and enhancing school gardens. Professional Development hours will be available.

Dining Hall Leftovers: Combating Hunger and Waste

| 1 pm ET | Virtual

Learn how you can increase food access by transforming dining hall leftovers into single-serve, frozen meals for your campus or community food pantry in this one-hour webinar from FINE, Food for Free, and Harvard University Dining Services. Molly Hansen from Food For Free and Crista Martin from Harvard University Dining Services share how their organizations’ partnership created a program that produces thousands of single-serve meals annually.

Pepper Sex: Cross pollination, Hybridization, Selective Breeding and the Genetics and their lessons around sexual reproduction in peppers.

| 3 pm ET | Russell Shea Growers Birch Street Concord, NH 03301

Part of the "Plants & Pints Gardening Workshop Series" from New Hampshire Ag in the Classroom. Specifically for teachers and volunteers during the summer, utilizing the teaching gardens in the Russell Shea Growers Community Garden off of Birch Street in Concord, NH. The workshops will look at a number of hurdles found while creating, maintaining, and enhancing school gardens. Professional Development hours will be available.