Mill City Grows: Cultivating Rich Community Connections Through Food
Thanks to your dedication and generosity, Mill City Grows continues to unite our diverse community through locally grown food. Our Food Access and Education Programs forge meaningful, interpersonal relationships that improve the emotional and physical well-being of Lowell residents of all ages.
Our organization is rooted in the idea that when people gather to grow, cook, and share wholesome food, amazing things can happen. This work is only made possible through your collaboration, inspiration, and enduring support! Please join us as we embark on a new year of cultivating rich community connections through food!
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MILL CITY GROWS NEWS & EVENTS
Mill City Grows Mobile Market schedule update. Please note that our Mobile Market at the Lowell Senior Center will be suspended on Thursday, February 28, 2019, due to the suspension of the Healthy Incentives Program (HIP) on February 28. Our Mobile Market will continue to honor HIP through the February 28 suspension date. Please click here to view our Mobile Market calendar and be sure to follow our Mobile Market on Facebook for updates and information. We accept cash, credit, debit, and SNAP/EBT.
Mill City Grows: a social innovator. Mill City Grows was selected as one of five of Root Cause’s 2014 Social Innovators! Mill City Grows is representing the Sustainability in Our Communities: Building Greener and Healthier Cities Track. Root Cause’s Social Innovation Forum provides a unique opportunity for innovative nonprofit organizations and social enterprises to gain visibility, expand their networks, and build capacity.
Thank you for your interest in our work and please let us know if you have any questions at info[at]millcitygrows[dot]org.
Mill City Grows is fostering Food Justice in Lowell. We create urban food production sites and support Lowell residents with the knowledge and resources to grow their own food or purchase locally grown food!