(413) 664-7378
134 Main Street - PO BOX 651
North Adams, MA 01247

Funding Sources & Supporters  

This project has been supported by a grant from the James and Robert Hardman Fund of Berkshire Taconic Foundation

as well as:

Local private donations - Berkshire County

Alice Shaver Foundation -Williamstown 

North Berkshire Religious Community

The Ruth Proud Trust - North Adams

Williams College

West Oil - North Adams

Share the Bounty

Caretaker Farm

Square Roots Farm

Many Forks Farm

Northern Berkshire County Restaurants

Wild Oats - Williamstown

The Makepeace Bequest - Williamstown

Northern Berkshire United Way - North Adams 

Project Bread “The Walk for Hunger” - Boston

Mountain One Financial

Donovan & O’ Connor, LLP
Attorneys and Counselors at Law

The North Adams Public Schools garden program teachers and students.

The Taconic Foundation

AND ESPECIALLY the First Congregational Church
of North Adams
OUR HOME


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News
09/19/2017
Kim McMann is the new executive director at the Berkshire Food Project.
09/19/2017
After nearly 25 years, we say farewell to Valerie Schwarz.
06/08/2016
"I wanted to share the wonderful article in the Berkshire Eagle about Mrs. Lawson's field trip to the Berkshire Food Project and all the great work that is being done by the students in the gardens outside of Brayton." -John Franzoni
Stories of Pride
"Recently, a woman called from out of town and said she googled the words “SNAP benefits in North Adams” and the Berkshire Food Project (BFP) was the first name on the list, so.."
“My proudest moment is after the meal has been served. When you get the opportunity to grab a plate of the meal you just helped prepare, and get the opportunity to go and sit in the dining room, converse with your community, and make new friends...”
“My proudest moment and favorite story is when one of our regular guests came in and asked if there would be enough food to feed an extra busload of people. I said, “We would always have enough.” Thank God we did!
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