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Allandale Farm

By adamg - 10/28/22 - 8:49 pm

Allandale Farm, the last remaining traditional farm in Boston and Brookline, announced today that it will recognize Allandale Workers United - which only began to try to organize employees at the farm's stand less than three weeks ago:

We look forward to working together with the Union as we continue to provide excellent jobs on the farm, offer great service and products to our customers, and to cultivate sustaining relationships in the community.

By adamg - 10/26/22 - 4:28 pm

Allandale Workers United is a group of retail workers trying to organize a union at the 105-acre farm that straddles the Jamaica Plain/Brookline line. They've filed with the National Labor Relations Board and, if successful, would join workers at JP's City Feed stores in unionizing.

By adamg - 12/5/21 - 1:24 pm

James Lawrence, who had a long career as an otolaryngologist in Baltimore, was born in Boston, went to Harvard and BU Medical School and, with other family members, founded Allandale Farm on the Boston/Brookline border in the 1970s. He would often spend his summer vacations there.

By adamg - 7/24/21 - 11:36 am

Some people spent their pandemic days on their laptops or baking bread. Laura Cashman spent her time photographing and videoing Boston's own mini-herd of cattle - Allandale Farm's Willard and Curtis - after which she'd return home and create paintings of them. Read more.

By adamg - 12/6/20 - 12:19 pm
Tag that says the wreath it's attached to is Decorated AF

Mark O'Neill shows us the price tag on the wreath he just picked up at Allandale Farms on the Brookline/JP line. He says: Read more.

By adamg - 1/1/10 - 5:20 pm

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