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Celebrate Spring at Massaro Community Farm at Massaro Community Farm

May 20, 2018 from 12pm to 5pm
Come and join us this Spring as we welcome in the warmer weather with our annual Celebrate Spring Festival and Seedling Sale! You can pick up organically grown seedlings and flowers, but don’t forget the other things we have in store!Each year, we host workshops at the farm to help you think of ways of to bring nature closer to you or your diet. Our community vendors also share local talents, crafts, and fare as you wander around to some live music. But of course, you can dance to the music and…See More
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Vegetarian Potluck at Woodbridge Library Meeting Room

January 31, 2018 from 6pm to 8pm
Massaro Farm and Woodbridge Town Library are partnering up on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 @ 6:00 P.M. for a Vegetarian Potluck Supper. Those interested in attending are asked to prepare and bring a dish to share that is vegetarian, delicious, and healthy.  For ideas of what dish to make and bring, everyone is encouraged to check out a vegetarian cookbook from the Woodbridge Library’s extensive collection of cookbooks.In addition to bringing a dish to share, please bring a copy of the dish’s…See More
Jan 5

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Name of the Organization
Massaro Community Farm
Contact Person
Becca Toms
Job Title
Operations manager
Contact phone
203-736-8618
E-mail
operations@massarofarm.org
Website
http://www.massarofarm.org
Interest
Youth, Education, Advocacy
Description Interest
We are an educational non-profit farm geared towards fulfilling our mission to Keep Farming, Educate People, and Build Community.

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At 3:38pm on May 5, 2017, Lee Cruz said…

Rebecca,

Welcome to GNH Community, glad to have you join us. Members may post information that they think will be of interest to nonprofits, civic organizations, and the people they serve or the general public. Posting your events early helps minimize scheduling conflicts and allows us to promote your events with alerts to the general public. Your posts are immediately viewable by over 1000 members.  We share notice of listed events on Monday and Friday with 8000+ people via Facebook, Google+, Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram.

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When you join GNH Community you automatically have a blog on the site. You can use this blog to share your thoughts and opinions, perhaps even something you wrote for another occasion that you would like to share with a broader audience. You may also share articles or other non-date specific information, resources or  job announcements on your blog page. Using tags facilitates finding post by using these keywords in the search box. You can promote your organization's blog or a blog about your field of expertise using GNH Community just post your blog entry title and a teaser  paragraph with a link back to the complete post on your blog. Blog post are shared every Wednesday.  

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You can post videos and pictures on GNH Community. Videos are increasingly becoming the medium of choice for nonprofits. You can post promotional videos about your organization, educational videos about your field and public service  announcements. Every Tuesday we feature a video at the top of the GNH Community homepage and share it with our social media network. Check out the videos that have already been posted for ideas and inspiration, create a video, post it on You Tube or Vimeo and share it through a link on the video page. If you give us a couple of weeks of notice we can try to time the featuring of your video with a particular event or an awareness campaign. The best way to use the pictures function is to create an album. An album can be used to tell a story, to document impact or to show progress. We will gladly feature an album if you give us notice of its creation. 

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You can join groups created by members or create your own; this is a great place to meet people that share your interest and to ask questions. You may join as many groups as you wish. The creator of a group sets the parameters for membership. If you have a question about a group, please write to the owner (the person who initiated the group). Executive Directors and members with similar responsibilities are urged to join a special forum group created by one of your colleagues just for you:http://gnhcommunity.ning.com/group/executivedirectorforum.

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