Community Food Collaborative seeks volunteers to farm veggies

STURBRIDGE — Looking for a fun, outdoor activity to do on an ‘as needed’ basis?  The Community Food Collaborative garden in Sturbridge is looking for volunteers to plant, weed and harvest organic vegetables.  All vegetables grown will be donated to the St. John Paul II Food Pantry to help feed those experiencing hunger.  If you’d enjoy this type of activity throughout the spring, summer and fall, please send an email expressing your interest to


One thought on “Community Food Collaborative seeks volunteers to farm veggies

  1. I just read the article in the Town & Country Living Magazine and I’m very interested in helping with whatever is needed. I love working outdoors!

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