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Item, Folder number and/or title, Box number, Growing in Place Community Farm records, MSS 417, Special Collections, MSU Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
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Processed by Katie Angeli in January 2014.
Growing in Place Community Farm began in the fall of 1995 with a grant from the Kellogg-funded Michigan Food and Farming Systems Initiative. This was a Lansing-Area Community Supported Agriculture that was dedicated to growing organic vegetables, herbs and flowers for its share members, improving the soil and building a sense of community through a personal commitment to local food and farming. The goal of this association was to provide a bio diverse variety of local, fresh, field-ripened foods, grown in a socially and ecologically responsible manner.
The materials throughout the series are comprised of articles, newspapers, pamphlets, photographs, flyers, news releases, letters, financial statements, and various booklets of the Growing in Place Community Farms in Mason, Michigan.
This collection is arranged into nine series: 1. Administration, 2. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), 3. Correspondence, 4. The Dirt (Newsletter), 5. The Farm, 6. Finance, 7. Membership Information, 8. Photographs, and 9. Display Boards.