- 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
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
What is the MAP Farmhouse? Massachusetts Avenue Project’s new Farmhouse will provide food-based education, resources and volunteer opportunities to Buffalo residents, schools, community gardeners and organizations. Located at 389 Massachusetts Avenue on Buffalo’s West Side, the Farmhouse will provide: On-site … Continue reading
Are you curious about the youth employees who work at MAP and what they’re up to? Well, you can keep up with all of that and more in our blog: The Revolution Will Be Cultivated! Some of our most recent … Continue reading
THANK YOU! to all who stopped by for Greenhouse Open House. We had a blast! A big THANKS to Flaming Fish Food Truck for vending on our site. We LOVED the fish tacos! The Open House got some good press, … Continue reading
THANK YOU to Betty Crockski + The Black Market Food Truck for swapping chefs and supporting MAP at Freaky Friday! Additional thanks to Larkinville for letting our little veggie truck hang with the big guys! This event was relaxing and … Continue reading
THANK YOU for joining us for the Cajun Feast & Jazz Jam! This event would not be possible without Mari McNeil. Please check out her page and listen to her music HERE. We had a blast raising funds for MAP. … Continue reading
MAP will host a Greenhouse Open House on May 21st from 10:00am until 1:00pm. Please join us to hear what we have been up to, tour our greenhouse & learn more about our NEW Aquaponics Manager, Holly Bloom. You can … Continue reading
On October 7th, 2014, MAP announced that we will expand our community footprint with the construction of The MAP Farmhouse & Community Food Resource Center adjacent to our urban farm at 389 Massachusetts Avenue. Project partners include the University at … Continue reading