Blog | September 15, 2008

Massachusetts and the Good Food Movement

The tradition of farming in New England is rooted in community. In fact, in the mid-1980s, New England pioneered the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) movement in the United States with the establishment of Indian Line Farm in Massachusetts and Temple Wilton Farm in New Hampshire!

Today, New England continues to lead the way in building vibrant local markets and in its dedication to people-centered, sustainable production. Check out our slideshow of farm programs at the forefront of the Good Food Movement in Massachusetts.

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