Lil' Free Farmstand
We invite you to join a growing list of community members that are sharing their extra veggies to build a more resilient community!!
Grow em', buy em', donate em' and we'll get them to families that need em'!
* For a full list of sturdy veggies see PDF here.
How it works?
The impact YOU will make?
Increase food access in our Nashua neighborhoods
Food desert [food dez-ert] noun. - "An urban area in which it is difficult to find and buy affordable or good-quality fresh food."
We have food deserts in Nashua where it is difficult to easily get to stores that sell affordable, healthful foods. So we locate our Lil' Free Farmstands there.
"Gardeners that Give" - We invite you to become one if you grow food, growing a little extra and share. It will support our community and increase our local food shed shifting some of the burden off the food system and into our own hands.... aka making us more resilient
If you do not grow food we welcome you to donate and we will purchase from local farmers, which will in turn strengthen our local food resilience.
Partners committed to bringing this to our neighborhoods
We are grateful for our community partners, the "Gardeners that Give" and our Presenting Sponsor Service Credit Union for their support in helping this program grow and spread through our Nashua neighborhoods in the coming years! We couldn't do it without everyone working together, so we are so glad to be collaborating to serve others!
Neighborhood Participating Partners
Unitarian Universalist Church
United Way of Greater Nashua
Presbytarian Church Nashua
Alanna Van Antwerpen
Anna Marie Campbell
Arlington Street Community Center
PAL of Nashua
The First Church Nashua
Southern NH Health
Hillsborough County Conservation
Crossway Christian Church
Janet & Dennis Roy
Jessica Hall Breault
Lauren & Steven Johnston
Fresh Start Farms
ORIS: Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success
Greater Nashua Food Council
Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter
Nashua Garden Club
Congregational Church of Amherst
Maria Madrigal at PAL
Mary Theresa Freund
Rev. Allison Palm
Robin and Larry Rubin
Lil Free Farmstand fills the gap
It wasn't that long ago when we knew our neighbors and were happy to share a cup of sugar and we believe now is the time to return.
We invite you to join with others in Nashua and be part of movement that brings back a healthy interconnected community supporting one another!
*Vegetables suitable for pantry use; no prepared foods or leafy greens per the City of Nashua see PDF for full list
Imagine... One of these in every food desert in Nashua. Let's work together to make it happen!