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January 14, 2016| Food
At the Red Apple Farm stall inside the market. Photo courtesy of Boston Public Market.

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January 11, 2016| Food
Liz Morningstar. Courtesy photo.

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November 29, 2015| Food

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November 16, 2015| Food
Micro-market gardens support community health and local producers.

Increasing access to the great outdoors doesn’t refer only to large projects, such as setting aside parks and preserving working land and waterways. It can also be accomplished at a local level to ensure that people have access to the outdoors in their own communities. 

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October 9, 2015| Food
Hilary Ross

Popsicles, sizzling temperatures, and fresh fruits and vegetables: the signs of summer. Temperatures may be cooling off now, but here at The Conservation Fund, we’re wrapping up a summer project: an online archive of our best photography. Over the coming months, we’ll share some of our favorite images here on the blog.

The Fund believes that conservation must start with community. Supporting the growth and distribution of local, fresh food results in sustainable agricultural practices that are both best for the environment and serves the needs of the people. In this way, conservation results in livable communities with a healthy environment that meets human needs.

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