Our Partners and Sponsors

We LOVE our community and corporate sponsors and know that you will too! These local businesses support us with a donation over $500 each year.  If you are going to spend money at a local business then why not pick one that helps organizations like us?  For more information on how to become a corporate sponsor, contact us at director@soulehomestead.org.

Thank you to our awesome Corporate Sponsors:

https://www.simpsonspring.com/

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http://gudmundssonchiro.com/

RocklandTrust

https://www.rocklandtrust.com/

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http://www.peacefulmeadows.com/

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http://christmastreeshops.com

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https://platosharvest.wordpress.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.alyssafortinphotography.com/

 

 

 

 

https://www.greenerhorizon.com/

 

 

 

 

http://www.gogreengoat.com/\

 

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http://www.jessicalynch.org/

 

We are also so thankful to our partners:

Farm-Based Education NetworkThe FBEN is a free member network established to strengthen and support the work of educators, farmers, and community leaders who provide access and experiences on working farms.

Massachusetts Agriculture in the ClassroomMassachusetts Agriculture in the Classroom (MAC) is a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization. We have been working since 1983 to provide agricultural education and training for educators.

Middleborough Public LibraryAs a ‘Window to the World’ the Middleborough Public Library strives to meet the educational, recreational, informational, cultural, and civic needs of all members.

Plymouth Farmers Market: The Plymouth Farmers’ Market provides access to fresh, local, seasonal produce, meats, cheeses, and prepared foods that are sourced locally for Plymouth residents, visitors and the greater South Shore community. The market draws attention to the agricultural diversity and food-ways of our region, sustains a vibrant local food economy, promotes local food literacy, educates the public on the seasonal availability of fruits and vegetables and helps the community to prepare healthy, locally-grown meals. The Plymouth Farmers’ Market also provides a social experience that helps build community by celebrating seasonal and local foods in historic Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Southeastern Massachusetts Agricultural PartnershipSEMAP believes that local agriculture is essential to the health and vitality of our community and our economy. Sustaining farmers and farm businesses, and expanding access to local food are at the core of our mission. We provide technical assistance to farmers, educate the community on the importance of local agriculture, work to increase the functionality of our region’s food system, and connect all people to local food.

Taunton River Watershed AllianceFor 20 years, TRWA has been a voice for the river, an advocate for environmental protection, sustainable development and responsible stewardship of our precious water resources. We are an Alliance of concerned residents, businesses, and organizations united to restore and properly manage water and related natural resources within the Taunton River Watershed. By joining TRWA you can help us protect our water and natural resources.