Article featuring Growing to Give volunteer Robin Wright

Manufacturing’s Robin Knight knows a lot about working with her hands. After all, she’s a Bean Boot finisher skilled at crafting our most iconic product. And, on Saturdays, she uses her hands in a different way, as a volunteer at Scatter Good Farm’s, Growing to Give program. Established in 2017, Scatter Good Farm grows organic ... Click to read more.

Article featuring Growing to Give volunteer Robin Wright2019-04-29T16:56:35+00:00

Harvest Party – Friday, September 27

Save the date! Details coming soon. We're hard at work planning a fun, family-friendly event to thank everyone who supports Growing to Give. Together, we are making a difference in our community. We couldn't do it without you. Volunteers, funders, supporters, friends, family, neighbors, let's all come together and celebrate the work we've done this ... Click to read more.

Harvest Party – Friday, September 272019-05-17T14:00:30+00:00

A huge thank you to all of our volunteers!!

We had incredible help in so many ways this year and we would like to express immense gratitude to all!  We had dedicated weekly volunteers throughout the season as well as lots of groups that came out to the farm to help with larger projects.  We rely on volunteers to help us plant, weed, harvest, ... Click to read more.

A huge thank you to all of our volunteers!!2018-11-11T23:53:42+00:00

17,000 Pounds of Vegetables Grown and Donated in 2018!

We’re just finishing our second growing season during which we raised and donated over 17,000 pounds of organic produce (the equivalent of 14,000 meals) on about one-half acre of land.  This food has been delivered 3x/week to over 20 local organizational recipients including food banks, pantries, Head Start centers, low-income elderly housing complexes, school backpack ... Click to read more.

17,000 Pounds of Vegetables Grown and Donated in 2018!2018-11-10T22:08:22+00:00

Thanks to Bowdoin Common Good Committee and The Agnes M. Lindsay Trust for recent funding!

Big thanks to The Bowdoin Common Good Committee and The Agnes M. Lindsay Trust for donating the funds to purchase two new hoop houses (plastic covered greenhouses)! These additional hoop houses will extend our growing season by about 3-4 months, enabling us to donate much more food to local people in need. Specifically, we will ... Click to read more.

Thanks to Bowdoin Common Good Committee and The Agnes M. Lindsay Trust for recent funding!2018-11-10T21:49:40+00:00

Goats!

If you’re reading this, it means you’ve found our new website and are poking around a bit - thanks for stopping by! If you haven’t seen our inaugural newsletter, you can find that here. We hope you find the newsletter and website informative and interesting. We’re excited about this new venture and the multiple levels ... Click to read more.

Goats!2017-05-11T21:53:17+00:00