Thank you for your interest in taking a tour at MAP! In an effort to preserve the health and safety of our community members and staff, MAP is no longer holding tours during the 2020-2021 Winter season.
If you are interested in taking a tour we encourage you to reach out in the spring using this Google Form. Please contact email@example.com with any questions or concerns. Thank you for understanding.
While we are closed for tours this winter we encourage interest and passion for sustainability, food equity and education. MAP’s Farm and Farmhouse serve as educational resources for both our community and visitors. Listed below are some highlights of our space and how they work towards our mission.
We at the Massachusetts Avenue Project (MAP) acknowledge that the land on which we gather and work is the traditional territory of the Seneca Nation, a member of the Haudenosaunee/Six Nations Confederacy. While acknowledging that this land is in our care because of a history of genocide and the dishonoring of treaties, we commit to respecting the sacredness of the land and interconnectedness of people and the whole of creation in the work we do.
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SustainabilityWe are committed to sustainability. We utilize a rain barrels, solar panels and permeable pavement!
Resources from MAP, Below is a list of resources from MAP or related to our mission. We encourage you to explore these pages to learn more about us. Thank you!
Resources from MAP
Resources from Our Partners