- THANK YOU for Attending Our First Farm to Pub!
- MAP Breaks Ground on New Farmhouse!
- MAP Youth Khadijah Wins 100% Recognition
- MAP Joins the Crossroads Collective
- THANK YOU! Freaky Friday at Larkinville
- Shouldn’t Public Food Dollars Reflect Public Values?
- Tour MAP’s Farm
- Help Us Build Our New Farmhouse
- Donate to MAP
Category Archives: Events
Join us on June 7th for our 2nd annual Farm to Pub! Meet at MAP’s urban farm at 389 Massachusetts Ave. Take a tour of MAP’s urban farm, see what we have GROWing on, and learn more about what’s to … Continue reading
Spring is for seedlings! Join us for MAP’s Annual Seedling Sale. Visit 271 Grant St. to get your garden growing! Thursdays and Saturdays through May. Times listed below. This year we focused on a variety of tomatoes including Hartman’s Yellow … Continue reading
The Good Food Purchasing Program is a national initiative that seeks to transform the way public institutions purchase food by creating a transparent and equitable food system built on five core values: local economies, health, valued workforce, animal welfare, and … Continue reading
All are welcome to join us for tours of our farm! Learn about MAP, our crops, our programs, view the grounds and greenhouses, and get a chance to talk with MAP staff about current projects. In 2017 and due to … Continue reading
The Crossroads Collective is hosting a May Day celebration this Sunday, including a PUPPET PAGEANT, FREE SKATE PARTY & FOOD FROM THE WEST SIDE BAZAAR! Join us on Sunday, May 7 from 2-5pm for Buffalo May Day 2017 to celebrate … Continue reading
Shouldn’t good food access match the needs of the people? Organizations from across Buffalo are working together to host the People’s Food Movement, a free, public event to ensure that community needs drive food access and policy. Among food policy … Continue reading
Thank you to all of you who joined us at MAP’s First Annual Farm to Pub Event on June 29th . You helped us raise nearly $2,000 that will support youth training! We met a lot of new friends at … Continue reading
On July 13th, after over 2 years of planning, MAP broke ground on its new Farmhouse and Community Food Training Center on Massachusetts Avenue!! The new Farmhouse will be a hub for food and agriculture-based education that will provide resources … Continue reading
Several 100% billboards have appeared throughout our city calling attention to community leaders who are transitioning Buffalo to a clean energy economy. Our very own Khadijah Hussein, was one of the awardees who now has a billboard on Niagara Street … Continue reading
The city of Buffalo is at an unmistakable crossroads, with a very clear decision before us. In one direction lies our toxic legacy – smoke stacks, depletion of resources, and lasting contamination. In the other direction are clean, community-controlled energy, … Continue reading