Cultivating Community

Cultivating Community's farmer training program, New American Sustainable Agriculture Project (NASAP) goal is to assist immigrant and refugee farmers to build successful farm businesses that are consistent with their culture, lifestyle aspirations, and individual goals.

The NASAP growers are Latino, Somali and Sudanese farmers and gardeners who are excited about the opportunity to farm in the U.S. and produce for local markets.

Fresh Start Farms is a collective of farmers who are in the NASAP program. 'Fresh Start Farms' growers sell produce to restaurants and at farmer's markets. Produce is grown with soil health, environmental well being, and consumer happiness in mind. Although sites are not certified, farmers use organic practices and culturally appropriate growing techniques.

Listing last updated on Aug 30, 2013

We are officially open for business, and everyone is invited! Come get your vegetables at our seven neighborhood farm stands, featuring Fresh Start Farms growers and fresh produce straight from our farm in Lisbon, ME. Cash, credit/debit, EBT, and WIC are all accepted.

Schedule and Location:

Stop by to say hi and see what's growing:

Mondays 1-5pm at Whole Foods Market, store front

Tuesdays 1-4pm at Opportunity Alliance, 510 Cumberland Ave

Tuesdays 3-6pm at Reiche School Playground, on Brackett Street

Wednesdays 2-5pm at Boyd Street Farm in Kennedy Park

Thursdays 3-6pm at Riverton School, side entrance next to parking lot

Thursdays 3-6pm at The Hub on Westbrook Street, Redbank/Brickhill village in South Portland

Sundays 11am-1pm at St. Luke's Cathedral on State Street

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