Food Project (TFP) is a visionary experiment in urban
Mirville is a 16-year-old youth who wants to be a math teacher "when he
Two years ago, quite by chance, they met.
liked The Food Project work immediately and they've been teammates ever
is the story of The Food Project as seen through the eyes of Muller
lives in Upham’s Corner and attends the Urban Sciences Academy, a part
of West Roxbury High.
A couple years ago a counselor pointed
to The Food Project for a summer job. Now he works there full-time
summers. When school's in session, he gets to do related
activities like cooking for shelters.
He's enthusiastic. He loves talking about
the kids and the outreach, how he gets to lead, motivate and teach
others and the sense he has of making a difference in the world, one
child at a time.
Muller took us on a tour of The Food Project sites in
- The Urban Learning Farm
- The Shirley Eustis mansion orchard
- The main production farm
- An abandoned greenhouse they just acquired
|Call for your Memories
As you probably know, after 15 years Maxwell Flea Market has closed. Do
you have good memories you'ld like to share with us? If so,
please contact the Editor 617-436-8559 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|The Faces of
Upham's Corner - New
collage series - faces of Upham's Corner. People in all walks
life - their pictures included in the photo collage
|Walk for Dudley 2010
DSNI-sponsored Walk for Dudley scheduled for Sat 9/25/2010. Don't miss
- The disappearing bus seat
- Bus routes and commuter rail in Upham's
- A new bus seat upgrade program
- Condition of bus stops
- MBTA online tools
Stories in the Making
- The Food Project - Part II
- Maxwell Flea Market
- What's up with Cataloni's Bar?
- Shifting the Image
Restoration Carpenter - Master Builder Needed
We're looking for an historic restoration
specialist - primarily exterior. Know of anyone?