Kelly Cammerota

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Horticulture

Land’s Sake exists because of a dedicated group of Weston residents’ commitment to work together to ensure this treasure located at the heart of the town was protected for generations to come to enjoy.  This cooperative environment is how we were formed and how we are able to continue to […]

Together 2

On Earth Day 1970, a vigorous group of Weston residents responded to an article Bill McEllwain – the original founder of Green Power – had written in the Town Crier. The group, including Bill, gathered on a pine knoll, next to an idle field left with weeds and rotting cabbage. Bill […]

Saturday Workshare Opportunity Available!

Did you know that we work with volunteers called workshares, to help make our CSA a reality? Workshares dedicate a portion of their time to the CSA program, working as harvesters, photographers, and more, and in return they receive their shares free of charge. We have a critical Saturday position still available […]

A Vision of Community Farming

This week marked a new beginning for long-time Board of Directors member Ned Rossiter. After almost thirty years of serving the Land’s Sake community, Ned was inducted as our very first Emeritus Board Member. He generously shares his view of how the farm operates today in the short piece below, […]

Land’s Sake Tenancy FAQs

Over the past year, Land’s Sake has worked with the Town Manager and the Board of Selectmen to address the question of long-term tenancy at the 40 Acre Field on Wellesley Street. The warrant at May’s town meeting will feature an article authorizing the Selectmen to negotiate, request bids, and […]

Another Maple Season is in the Books

By Aaron Lefland, Forestry and Stewardship Coordinator The 2015 maple sugaring season was anything from typical. Due to an unusually cold and snowy winter, the sap did not start flowing until mid-March, almost a month later than most years. In addition, warm temperatures in early April shortened the usually 6-week […]