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LSPA Emerging Professionals Event: 5th Annual Charity Networking Night in Support of Eastie Farm
Tuesday, May 10, 2022, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM EDT
Category: Emerging Professionals Event

LSPA Emerging Professionals Event: 5th Annual Charity Networking Night in Support of Eastie Farm   

Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Time: 5:30 - 7:30 PM
LocationNight Shift Brewing, 87 Santilli Highway, Everett, MA
Cost: $30

The LSPA Emerging Professionals Committee invites you to EBC's Fifth Annual Charity Networking event. Join us for an evening of networking while supporting a great organization. This year, proceeds will be donated to Eastie Farm.
Registration includes a drink ticket for Night Shift craft beer options, along with appetizers. Thanks to our generous hosts at Night Shift Brewing for accommodating this charitable event.

Be sure to register to join us for the opportunity to win a door prize generously donated from our hosts at Night Shift!

The brewery is located at 87 Santilli Hwy, Everett, MA, directly across the street from Teddie Peanut Butter. Parking is EXTREMELY LIMITED and you are strongly encouraged to take public transportation or ride share. The Orange Line’s Wellington Station is the closest T stop (about 15 walking minutes from brewery).

Extremely limited parking is available either in the Night Shift private lot to the left of the building or along the street (except on street-cleaning days – heed the signs!). Please DO NOT park in the large dirt lot to the right of the building – this is not owned by Night Shift and you WILL get towed.

About Eastie Farm

Mission: Food security and climate justice in the Environmental Justice community of East Boston
Vision: A world where people are engaged with all aspects of their food systems in a way that benefits individual-, community-, and planetary health.
  1. Urban Farming: giving people access to land so they can dabble with growing their food together with their neighbors, for the community. It gives urban folks an opportunity to connect with each other and with nature. We offer various workshops from composting to rainwater harvesting to cooking healthy meals. We are building Boston’s first zero carbon greenhouse – heated and cooled by geothermal energy, and powered by 100% green community choice electicity. While the greenhouse will grow more food, serve as a space for food distribution and community events and education, it also stands as a model of how 21st century development should be – community-sensitive and climate-consious. In our spaces we do several community events including regular standup comedy.
  2. Food Access: We connect with farms in the state that treat the land and their employees well, buy from them, and sell locally at market price. While merging those with means and those without, removing any stigma in accepting food aid, this method allows us to generate revenue to support those who are unable to afford market price. It also routes local money to local farmers thus improving local economy. You can also subscribe to Eastie Farm’s CSA.
  3. Education: kids can get their hands dirty, learn where food comes from, where waste goes, put a seed in the ground, harvest, sample, wonder, and try experiments. We also take the opportunity to talk about our larger natural ecosystem. Our goal is to foster the creation of more environmental stewards. Check out – it has some of our work.

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