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    Newton’s Only Working Farm: The Historic Newton Angino Community Farm and Sustainable Local Food

    Presented by at Newton Free Library

    March 25, 2010

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    Newton’s Only Working Farm: The Historic Newton Angino Community Farm and Sustainable Local Food

    Thursday, March 25, 7 pm ROOTS IN OUR HISTORY– Historic Newton's 2010 NEWTON HISTORY SERIES Newton’s Only Working Farm: The Historic Newton Angino Community Farm and Sustainable Local Food The 2.25-acre homestead on the corner of Winchester and Nahanton Streets was a family farm for 300 years, garnering its name from the Angino family that worked and lived there from 1917-2005. Now owned by the city and operated by the non-profit...

    Thursday, March 25, 7 pm ROOTS IN OUR HISTORY– Historic Newton's 2010 NEWTON HISTORY SERIES Newton’s Only Working Farm: The Historic Newton Angino Community Farm and Sustainable Local Food The 2.25-acre homestead on the corner of Winchester and Nahanton Streets was a family farm for 300 years, garnering its name from the Angino family that worked and lived there from 1917-2005. Now owned by the city and operated by the non-profit Newton Community Farm, Inc., the farm preserves a valuable cultural and historical landscape and serves as a model for sustainable agriculture in our community. Join Newton Community Farm board member and landscape designer Ted Chapman for a talk about what this special piece of land can tell us about the history of Newton and the vital role of farming in our lives. Free. At the Newton Free Library, Homer Street, Newton.


    Newton Free Library

    330 Homer Street
    Newton, MA 02459

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    7PM

    Phone: call 617.796.1450


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