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Boards, Committees & Staff
Massaro Community Farm, Inc.
Massaro Community Farm, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Board of Directors
Jon Gorham, President
Suzanne Werth, Vice-President
Jandie McSweet, Treasurer/Vice-President
Anne Boucher, Secretary
Our standing committees generally meet monthly to carry out the work of MCF. We also occasionally appoint ad hoc committees to attend to situational needs. If you are interested in joining one or more committees, or have questions or comments, please email us at email@example.com. Thank you.
Development Committee [Chair, Jon Gorham]
The Development Committee seeks to cultivate key relationships with members, donors and businesses, and to devise fundraising to enable and enhance the mission of the farm.
Education Committee [Chair, Corey Thomas]
The MCF Education Committee advises on creating and providing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to come together to enjoy growing, preparing, and eating healthy organic food, to learn about the natural environment and responsible stewardship of the land; and to promote sustainable practices that will enhance the quality of life in our community.
The Facilities Committee is a joint committee of the MCF and Farm boards and oversees the physical infrastructure of the farm.
The Nominating Committee is charged with finding suitable candidates to be nominated for board membership, as well as to serve as officers of the organization. They meet periodically as needed.
Legal Committee [Chair, David Schneider]
The legal committee exists to provide legal and quasi-legal services to the MCF and the CSA.