July 24, 2014

We would like to thank everyone who made our 2014 Farm Fresh Feast an evening to remember and a great success. It is thanks to the great generosity and support of our sponsors, donors, volunteers, and other friends that Sustainable Nantucket’s programs are able to continue to support our local community throughout the year. We are so grateful to all who joined us – or otherwise supported us - in the celebration of these efforts last Saturday.

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2014 FFF Thank You Fifi Greenberg 1
July 23, 2014
Elli Gottwald paintingThe Mid-Island Farmers Market at the Muse parking lot on Tuesday afternoons has gone on hiatus as we seek a new location. Please visit us downtown at the full Farmers & Artisans Market on Saturdays through October 11, 9am to 1pm, at North Union and Cambridge Streets (by the Starlight Theater).
Join us in exploring Nantucket’s hidden vegetable gardens at the private homes of island residents. 
Meet and share ideas with other local gardeners – and see what is growing beyond the public eye!
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July 16, 2014

Check out the menu for Saturday’s Farm Fresh Feast!

Featuring local ingredients from: Bartlett’s Farm, Boatyard Farm, Capt. Bill Blount, Far Away Farm, Kona Hosier, Moors End Farm, Nantucket Honey Bee Co., Neil Cocker, Patty Myers & Nantucket Blooms, Pumpkin Pond Farm, and SN Farm to School Garden.

We still have dinner tickets left so don’t forget to reserve yours now by clicking here or calling our office: 508-228-3399

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July 11, 2014


Join us for our fifth annual Farm Fresh Feast fundraising event ~ Saturday, July 19th, 2014!  

Join us once again in the picturesque fields of Bartlett’s Farm for a magical evening that celebrates our programs and community.  Last year’s Farm Fresh Feast was one of the island’s premier events and this year promises to be equally as memorable!  The evening will begin with a cocktail party followed by a farm fresh dinner served in the midst of the fields under an open sky (dinner will be served under the tent in the event of rain).  A truly unique silent and live auction as well as dancing will add to the enjoyment of the evening.

FFF FieldThis year we are offering two ticket options: Cocktail Party ~ Join us for cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and silent auction for $50/person (5:30 – 7pm). CLICK HERE to purchase tickets read more>>
July 8, 2014
colorful veggies_blakePumpkin Pond Farm will have its farm truck at the Muse parking lot at 44 Surfside Road every Tuesday 3:30-6:30pm, in July and August. Stop by for fresh produce on your way home to dinner! This week: arugula, Swiss chard, radishes, herbs, lettuces We accept SNAP/EBT and WIC/Elder coupons, with Double Dollars given!  
July 3, 2014

Veggie garden imageJoin us in exploring Nantucket’s hidden vegetable gardens at the private homes of island residents! Meet and share ideas with other local gardeners – and see what is growing beyond the public eye!

Tickets are $25. All proceeds will support Sustainable Nantucket’s new Educational Community Farm.

9am – 1pm on Sunday, July 27th, 2014 read more>>

Pollinators in the GardenPlease Join the Sustainable Nantucket Farm to School Program Thursday, July 10th from 9:30am -11:00am for our Family Garden Workshop: Pollinators in the Garden.  There will be a variety of hands-on activities for kids of all ages dedicated to the beautiful critters that help our gardens thrive.  No reservation required! read more>>
June 26, 2014

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Sustainable Nantucket Farmers & Artisans Market 9-1 Cambridge & North Union Streets (by St Mary’s Church & the Post Office)

Growers & Harvesters

Glidden’s Island Seafood – fresh island-landed fish Pumpkin Pond Farm – organic produce Boatyard Farm – seasonal produce, herbs Ooh La La Garden – plants, flowers, herbs, gifts read more>>
radish harvest The late arrival of spring to Nantucket didn’t stop students participating in the Farm to School Program from producing a beautiful bounty of delicious radishes. In early April a group of students from the Nantucket Boys and Girls Club helped us sow our first crop of  “Easter Egg” radishes  which were served in the Nantucket Public School cafeteria’s a little over month later. read more>>