Presented by The Marion Institute, Inc.

July 17th Brown Bag Lunch Meet & Greet with our Farmers at Frogfoot Farm

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About This Event

The Marion Institute is thrilled to welcome Farmer Scott Codey and Farm Program Manager Hannah Traggis! Join us for a simple brown bag lunch and conversation with them, followed by a carpool up to Frogfoot Farm – Neighbors Feeding Neighbors. Learn the latest about the farm plan and details on upcoming volunteer opportunities.

When: Wednesday, July 17 at 12:00 noon
Where: Box Mill Hall - 150 Tihonet Road, Wareham 02571
What: You bring your lunch and beverage (or order ahead at Makepeace Farms Café)
Timing: We will start introductions in Box Mill promptly at 12:00 noon, so please plan your arrival and meal accordingly. We’ll offer a brief presentation and Q &A before asking guests to buddy up and carpool to the farm site to see the progress we’ve made. There we’ll walk the site and continue the conversation. We anticipate wrapping things up at 2:00 PM.

Brief Bios

Scott Codey, Frogfoot’s Farmer started at the Marion Institute in late March. Scott has more than a decade of experience farming everything from a permaculture farm to a 40-acre production farm. He recently relocated to Wareham from Upstate New York.

Hannah Traggis, Frogfoot’s Farm Program Manager started with us in mid-April. Hannah too brings decades of experience in horticulture and volunteer management. Most recently Hannah worked with an upscale landscape design firm in greater Boston and she is still active in a volunteer-run community garden in MetroWest.

About This Event

The Marion Institute is thrilled to welcome Farmer Scott Codey and Farm Program Manager Hannah Traggis! Join us for a simple brown bag lunch and conversation with them, followed by a carpool up to Frogfoot Farm – Neighbors Feeding Neighbors. Learn the latest about the farm plan and details on upcoming volunteer opportunities.

When: Wednesday, July 17 at 12:00 noon
Where: Box Mill Hall - 150 Tihonet Road, Wareham 02571
What: You bring your lunch and beverage (or order ahead at Makepeace Farms Café)
Timing: We will start introductions in Box Mill promptly at 12:00 noon, so please plan your arrival and meal accordingly. We’ll offer a brief presentation and Q &A before asking guests to buddy up and carpool to the farm site to see the progress we’ve made. There we’ll walk the site and continue the conversation. We anticipate wrapping things up at 2:00 PM.

Brief Bios

Scott Codey, Frogfoot’s Farmer started at the Marion Institute in late March. Scott has more than a decade of experience farming everything from a permaculture farm to a 40-acre production farm. He recently relocated to Wareham from Upstate New York.

Hannah Traggis, Frogfoot’s Farm Program Manager started with us in mid-April. Hannah too brings decades of experience in horticulture and volunteer management. Most recently Hannah worked with an upscale landscape design firm in greater Boston and she is still active in a volunteer-run community garden in MetroWest.