Harvest Dinner 2017: Thank You All Who Attended and Helped

November 17th, 2017

Sustainable Nantucket’s Farm to School Harvest Dinner 2017: On Wednesday the 15th, the community was treated to a delicious Harvest Dinner of pasta with vegetarian marinara sauce, green salad, french bread and dessert. All of the ingredients were locally grown or locally sourced–much of it donated. Our Harvest Dinner is an opportunity for the community to come together and recognize the collaboration of Nantucket Public Food Services, Food Rescue Nantucket and local farms.

Join us for A HARVEST DINNER with Your Whole Family Wednesday November 15th!

November 10th, 2017

Taste Test Success with Guest Chef

October 27th, 2017

October is Farm to School Month! What better way to celebrate then by eating locally grown produce cooked by a local chef?

Chef Chris Morris has been a part of the restaurant and hospitality business on Nantucket for over twenty years. He currently is a private chef committed to local sourcing and sustainable cooking. On October 26th he offered the students of Cyrus Peirce Middle School and Nantucket High School a taste of locally grown cuisine created using produce grown at Nantucket’s Lazy Man Garden. Students enjoyed Spice-rubbed Butternut Squash along with Chopped Kale Salad-yum!

October 2nd, 2017

 

It’s Farm to School Month!

Join Sustainable Nantucket’s Farm to School Program for a variety of events!

October 15th: Family Fun in the Garden

11:00-1:00 in the Joyce N. Furman Youth Garden

October 15th: Farm to Fork Family Cooking Class

1:30-3:00 at Nantucket Culinary

Oct 18th: Half Day in the Garden

12:00 in the Joyce N. Furman Youth Garden

October 27th: Sustainable Nantucket and Food

Rescue’s Harvest Dinner

5:30-7:00 in the Nantucket High School Cafeteria

For more information: sustainablenantucket.org

508.228.3399

Funding for Sustainable Nantucket’s 2017 NantucketGrown™ educational programming provided in part through a generous grant from the Community Foundation’s ReMain Nantucket Fund.

Be a Garden Explorer After School!

September 8th, 2017

Garden Explorers will learn to grow healthy food, healthy bodies and healthy minds in this fun and hands-on after-school program led by Sustainable Nantucket’s Farm to School Program! Activities will include learning to plant and grow, harvest and taste vegetables, and play and make art in the Joyce N. Furman Youth Garden!

Who: Children in Grades K-5

When: 2:30pm-4:30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays from September 26th-November 2nd

Price: $160/session

Drop Off & Pick Up: Students will meet our Farm to School Staff at the end of the school day in the NES cafeteria and walk to the garden together. Participants are to be picked up 4:30pm at the Joyce N. Furman Youth Garden located on First Way. Students participating in aftercare programs will be escorted to their next activity by Farm to School staff.

Register HERE!

For more information email: f2s@sustainablenantucket.org

The Radishes are ready for a Fun Filled Summer, Are You?!

June 30th, 2017

Join us for this Summer’s Children’s ACK Farming & Gardening Program, where we will be planting seeds, exploring the garden, and learning about local agriculture through hands on activities!

The Program runs from the 10th of July until the 18th of August! In each week long camp we will be digging into new themes, and learning, creating, and growing in our natural environment!

Children ages 6-12

Monday- Friday

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Dates:

July 10th- 14th

July 17th – 21st

July 24th- 28th

July 31st- August 4th

August 7th- 11th

August 14th-18th

To register, click here!

Farm to School Summer Programs!

June 29th, 2017

Summer Bridge

This program is a collaboration between Farm to School and the Community School that “bridges” students back into the school year by incorporating academic elements into a fun week of camp exploring and learning about farming, food systems and our natural habitat!
Summer Bridge is Monday-Friday, 8:30am-3:30pm from August 21st-September 1st. This program is available to children ages 6-12 who have participated in Garden Explorers in Spring 2016, ACK Farming and Gardening in Summer 2017, or another ACKventure program in Summer 2017. To learn more about Summer Bridge and how to register here!

Farm to School Summer Programs!

June 29th, 2017

 

ACK Farming and Gardening

ACK Farming and Gardening is held in Farm to School’s own Joyce N. Furman Youth Garden off of First Way! Activities include planting, watering, harvesting, tasting, making garden art, and so much more!
ACK Farming and Gardening is Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm (this can be joined with Nantucket Community School’s ACKventure Extended Day program for a seamless, all-day summer adventure!) from July 10th-August 18th and is available for students ages 6-12.
Learn more about ACK Farming and Gardening and how to register here!

 

Summer Farm to Fork Cooking Classes!

June 1st, 2017

Join Farm to School as we learn learn new culinary skills, create and taste new dishes, and learn about our local food system in our Children’s Farm to Fork Cooking Classes!

Farm to School sources as many of our ingredients as possible from Farm to School’s
Joyce N. Furman Youth Garden and our local farms to give participants a true seed-to-table experience!

Join us for these fun, hands-on cooking classes as we make nutritious and sustainable dishes! Each class is different, sign up for one or all!

Register HERE

Who: Children Ages 6-9

Where: Nantucket Culinary Center at 22 Federal Street

When:

Tuesdays: Thursdays:

July 11th July 13th
July 18th July 20th
July 25th July 27th
August 1st August 3rd
August 8th August 10th
August 15th August 17th

Time: 1:30pm-3:00pm

Price: $50/class

Funding for Sustainable Nantucket’s 2017 NantucketGrown™ educational programming provided in part by

ReMain Nantucket Fund.

New Video of Sustainable Nantucket

May 22nd, 2017

We’re very excited about the new video Spindrift made about our organization. They have been supporting Sustainable Nantucket through their 1% for the Planet Partnership. Thank you to everyone who participated. Please like and share to help us spread the message about our programs.