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Victory Programs' ReVision Urban Farm

Rating: 5 stars   1 review 110


Dorchester MA 02124 USA


Our goal is to close the gap on health disparities, and increase access to affordable, nutritious, locally-grown, produce for families living in and around Franklin Field, and greater Boston.


This year, we were able to: • Sell over 12,000 seedlings through our seedling coop. • Sell almost 10,000 lbs of food through our farm stand and farmer’s market • Donate over 2,000 lbs of food to ReVision Family Home the Boston Medical Center food pantry, and other community programs • Distribute over 10,000 lbs of food to our CSA (Community Support Agriculture) share members • Harvest nearly 5,000 lbs of food from our land in Dorchester - almost 10,000 servings of fresh vegetables • Train and host 6 youth interns and a youth coordinator for seven weeks in the summer

Geographic areas served:

Primarily Dorchester, as well as Mattapan, Roxbury, and the Boston Metro Area


Through our farm, we run three projects: the Experiential Education & Job Training Programs, ReVision Farm Stand, and Community Supported Agriculture.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I discovered ReVision Urban Farm about 10 years ago. The concept of community-supported agriculture (CSA) was still pretty uncommon, and this was one of the few places doing it in the Boston area. Plus, my purchase of a weekly vegetable share supported a shelter for women and young children. It's an outstanding win-win that has only gotten better since ReVision became part of Victory Programs.

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