Vision 2020

Preserving Our Past While Planning for Our Future


Our Campaign goal is $350,000, and we are well on our way with over $320,000 already committed!

The Board of Directors has launched a new Capital Campaign called “Vision 2020: Preserving our Past While Planning for our Future”. While Farm Manager, Pete Lowy, has done a miraculous job of stabilizing and growing our farming operations since his arrival in 2016, we now look to revitalize our aging infrastructure, and address safety, efficiency and green energy interests. We aim to build our community and educational programs as we create a thoughtful, conservation landscape for all to enjoy.


  • Build our community engagement

  • Expand our educational programming

  • Create a thoughtful, conservation landscape environment

  • Enhance safety, efficiency and sustainability

  • Modernize our infrastructure to enhance operations

  • Continue our outstanding financial trajectory and strong management

Capital Projects Outlined

Codman Solar Initiatives - Green Energy Plan
Install rooftop solar array on barn roof to reduce annual electricity cost and reduce energy footprint.

Farm Kitchen Renovation
Build a certified, clean & functional commercial kitchen which will allow CCF to educate, involve and invite adults and children to farm-run culinary events in order to create and foster the farm as a gathering place within the Lincoln community.

Community Access and Safety
Enhance parking and traffic flow, drainage and water runoff, and improve safety and functionality. Redirect public interaction with farm programming.

Welcome Center & Educational Signage
Create a new welcome center venue with educational signage providing key details about CCF mission, farm and community to encourage and inform the public about our work.

Program Engagement Coordinator
Hire a part-time Engagement Coordinator to help create and manage volunteer and educational events to expand our community involvement and promote agricultural literacy for youth and adults.

Campaign Committee

David Alperovitz
Nancy Fleming
Pete Lowy, Farm Manager
Jeff Patterson
Ginger Reiner
Drew Shilling