• Greener Partners is moving!

    With the new year we often make big changes in our lives. For Greener Partners, this year we are making an important strategic move, focusing the energy of our incredible staff on our food education and distribution programs. We are also moving our Montgomery County farm hub from Longview Farm, just down the road to […]

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  • Partnership with Norristown Project for Farm Shares!

    In partnership with the Norristown Project and the Montgomery County OIC, CSA Farm Shares are available to the Norristown community and OIC will be a weekly pickup location. The Farm Share Program is focused on getting healthy, organic and seasonal produce into the homes of our local community. When members join our program they will receive […]

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  • Sponsor Profile: Card Connect

    It’s a quiet Tuesday afternoon at CardConnect, a payment processing and technology services company based in King of Prussia. Suddenly, the heavy glass office doors swing open and farmers from Greener Partners carry bins overflowing with fresh organic vegetables harvested that day at Longview Farm. Within minutes, employees start trickling out of their offices and a […]

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  • Farmer Mike is starting seeds: Watch the video!

    Now is the best time to subscribe to a CSA. Why? First, you’re guaranteed a spot for the season’s freshest organic vegetables and fruits. Second, you’re supporting your local farmers when they need it most, at the beginning of the season. Third, you’re fueling our nonprofit mission to provide fresh food access and healthy eating […]

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  • Video: Community Supported Agriculture

    What is a CSA? A Little History… Community Supported Agriculture began in the 1960s with independent farm partnership experiments in Japan and Europe. Considered the world’s first CSA program, teikei – derived from the word for “cooperation” or “partnership” – began when a group of Japanese women, alarmed by the prevalence of pesticides, formed a […]

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