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Check out our 2016 Catalog, full of information about our programs, workshops, services, and more! Printed copies available at the Allen Neighborhood Center, Hunter Park GardenHouse and Allen Market Place.
Allen Neighborhood Center is seeking applications for a full-time Allen Farmers Market & Breadbasket Manager. See the full position description here. Cover letter & resume due December 4. Submit electronically to: Joan Nelson, Allen Neighborhood Center Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our Fall-Winter CSA from the Hunter Park GardenHouse! A subscription to local, sustainably grown fresh veggies for 20 weeks throughout the fall-winter season! We offer flexible payment plans and work-shares (including accepting SNAP & Double Up Food Bucks). … Continue reading
Full-Time AmeriCorps Positions Open: Gardening Educator & Good Food Access Coordinator! Members will receive a living allowance of $12,530 distributed bi-weekly from October 6, 2015-September 30, 2016 and receive student loan forbearance for qualified loans. Upon successful completion of service … Continue reading
2015 is going to be a great year! Check out our 2015 Catalog with our full line-up of ANC programs, workshops, events, garden supplies & services, and more! Printed copies available at the ANC main office, Allen Market Place, and Hunter … Continue reading
We have lots to celebrate this year! It’s the first anniversary of the opening of the AMP. In the past year we brought our Allen Street Farmers Market indoors for the winter, launched the Exchange food hub and opened a … Continue reading
Allen Neighborhood Center is seeking an Exchange (Food Hub) Manager for Allen Market Place. Our full time Exchange Manager will: have primary responsible for providing aggregation and distribution services to increase sales of regionally grown food and food products to … Continue reading