Small & Gutsy Features the Natick Community Organic Farm

Written by Laura Wittcoff

Principal, Podcast Executive Producer. Dr. Laura Wittcoff is a Human Capital Expert who offers models of change to support organizational growth

February 14, 2021

Community Farming Should be a Mainstay for Every Community

The Natick Community Organic Farm is an essential part of the community by opening up space for everyone to learn about agriculture and the environment and for the next generation, stewardship, ecology, and personal responsibility. Their motto: “Open from sun-up to sundown every day of the year with no admission fee”  describes their dedication to the environment and the community!

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